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Zero hours. No contracts. 8-50 hours given when wanted. Money taken from wages if customers have not paid for fuel. Cash in hand for friends that come from London to do shifts and paid a lot more. No bank holidays or overtime pay. No benefits. That is because it has been franchised out to private contractors.
Great place to work and get a long ,and work for a better future for yourself and you're family in a secure environment you can climb up the ladder in b.p and become the best you can be
Everything and more
I have been with BP for a year now and my experience has got me looking for a new job.The pay is just over minimum wage which I can deal with but not worth the stress which comes with the job.The main problem i have with working at BP is they never follow through with promises.I have been promised training to further my career since I finished my probation period and they have never followed through with it.It is a good job if you are looking for a stop gap while you try and find something better but it's not a good place to work to see out the rest of your career but that is just my experience.
15% discount and 50% discount on lunch
Very high expectations, expected to do jobs others won't do, lack of carrier progression, no home life with family
Thoroughly enjoyed working there. Excellent pay and career progression if you wanted to go that route. Good holiday entitlement and good relaxed casual business attire to be worn. Free car parking on site.
Pension, good holiday entitlement and gym on site.
Shift work on rota
Extremely rewarding place to work, a company that values every individual and rewards appropriately. Due to the scale of the business there are plenty of opportunities to learn new things and move into different roles. Inclusive environment that prides itself on a safety culture.
Lunch allowance, bonus, fuel card
BP is a professional organisation that trusts its staff to respond to agreed principles and work ethic. It is a company that allows employees to grow with company evolution.
Development on an exhilarating scale
Dont come onboard if you don't like challenges
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Good atmosphere and all staff get along. Can get very busy at times especially during peak hours. Management are all nice and help you with any problems. Lots of overtime available. Only con is you can’t leave site on your breaks.
Good people culture and very strong on looking out for each other, especially during lockdown, as well as bringing some fun to endless calls.
A strong culture which, starts at the top of the organisation with actions to create an inclusive workplace. A genuine drive to do better when it comes to the environment - active listening, collaboration, and leaders walking the talk.
Good place to work loved every min of it and would recommend the place over any other main manger was bit of an bum other then that everyone was great I had to leave with my mental health
Making friends free hot drinks
I have worked for BP from 1978 as a petrol pump attendant. To license operater, and then after a break shift manager.The company has lots of problems in it daily operations and needs top class people if that's you then have fun and a great life.I owe a lot to BP.
Having to step up to the plate.
I enjoyed working at BP. Money was very good and the time off was excellent. Had a really good standard of living. Was dangerous but financial incentives were great.
Well paid. Lots of holidays
Long hours. Shift work. Work Xmas and New year etc
I have worked for bp for many years and I can only say what a joy it is to work for a company that listen! Management team at bp has changed over the years and now its stable and one that cares about the whole team. Very fun place to work and I can only say that I have witnessed management deal promptly with issues that arise quickly to avoid any escalation and further issues within the team.
50% staff lunch
Open on Christmas day
BP claim to pride themselves as a company that cares for its people, when actually their stores are full of toxic management who shun any outsider/new person and give next to no support to those who need it. They bullied staff members into believing that their approach to social distancing was adequate when it wasn't, and if anyone said that they didn't feel comfortable with working in a busy store with no room for social distancing they were dismissed immediately as a 'wimp'. If you have any form of depression or anxiety then don't feel like you can go to their managers or HR department as according to them depression isn't a disability and they will not even have a conversation with you to see how they can help, they will just say to you that the company spends lots of money on a free membership for the Calm app for you to use.
Free coffee on shift
Terrible work hours, bullying in stores, discriminatory approach to mental illnesses.