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Anonymous shared this review of Chevron on Mar 8th, 2019
"I would tell another woman to be picky about their boss. Choose a job at Chevron based on the boss, as you need a good boss in your corner at Chevron."
Anonymous shared this review of Chevron on Feb 15th, 2019
"It can be overwhelming navigating the large Chevron system - seek out trusted mentors and teammates who will support you along the way. Don't be afraid to jump in and ask questions."
Anonymous shared this review of Chevron on Aug 21st, 2018
"Negotiate your salary up front. As a woman, you will be underpaid to lesser qualified men."
Anonymous shared this review of Chevron on Aug 20th, 2018
"They are trying to improve, but still have along way to go. They are very traditional/old school in most of their policies and are still very male-dominated. The new CEO seems genuinely interested in making things better, but at a company the size of Chevron, change takes a lot of time. You can take up to 6 months unpaid maternity leave (though this isn't very helpful for those of us who are the main source of family income). "
Anonymous shared this review of Chevron on Jun 5th, 2018
"There are good policies on the books for working mothers, but be prepared to pay a price if you decide to take advantage of extended parental leave and/or flexible work options."
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