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Anonymous shared this review of Chevron, United States on Feb 1st, 2021
"While the oil & gas industry has historically been fairly male-dominated, Chevron has endeavored in the recent decade to equalize the playing field by examining and correcting pay differences between men and women and making concerted efforts to hire and promote more women. Flexibility has historically not been the best, however it seems like the pandemic has changed that and promises have been made by leadership to continue with a more flexible work culture, even after we can go back to the office."
Anonymous shared this review of Chevron, United States on Jan 25th, 2021
"I think this is a great company for starting a career. I do worry about career opportunities long term; I feel the industry is getting tougher and is dying...though you will never find anyone say that directly at work! The one thing Chevron is super reliant on is sponsorship. Their PDC posting process means you need some highly ranked managers in your corner to do more than lateral moves. What this has resulted in is diverse hires, but no diverse promotions and a lot of nepotism. Its shocking the level of nepotism here versus other O&G companies and service providers. "
Anonymous shared this review of Chevron, United States on Nov 16th, 2020
"A lot depends on where you are organizationally. Some groups are better than others. "
Anonymous shared this review of Chevron, United States on Feb 19th, 2020
"You’ll need a white male to be your advocate to get into leadership "
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."
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