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ConocoPhillips is an American multinational energy corporation with its headquarters located in the Energy Corridor district of Houston, Texas in the United States. It is the world's largest independent pure-play exploration and production company and the company ranked No. 95 in the 2018 Fortune 500 list of the largest United States corporations by total revenue. ConocoPhillips was created through the merger of American oil companies Conoco and Phillips Petroleum Company on August 30, 2002. In 2012, ConocoPhillips spun off its downstream assets as a new, separate company, Phillips 66.

A former employee, "Conoco allows new graduates to lie on reports to improve their monthly performance statistics with full knowledge “ patting them on the back in full sight” while the remaining staff is truthful and gets chastised for their performance. Directors pick favorites and overseas long term employees which creates adverse relations within their departments. Chronic changing of rules and plans without advising those impacted which once again causes deception and instability within the departments and more. With a constant whirlwinds every 18 - 36 months causes chronic unrest and instability from the bottom up."


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Current Employee - GSA says

"Bad management, poor customer service,"

Former Employee - Grocery Stocker/Cashier says

"Being on time for work. Plans for the day on what your gonna do. Being helpful to employees, meet and greet customers and always being helpful to customers on products. Meeting rating goals for each months. Keeping job and work area's clean. Look out for out dated product's. Keeping up with ordering items. Being helpful during products delivery."

Current Employee - Cashier says

"There is too much drama associated with different co workers. Managers disregard concerns employees express about the lack of work ethic and alcoholism (while on the clock) of another co worker."

Geoscientist says

"They wasted a lot of young talent, hired some of the best, but didn’t provide opportunity or growth."


"Hire and fire Poor communication between functions"

Nightshift Clerk (Former Employee) says

"Slow pace. Learned to manage money when counting. Management was poor. culture consist of Americans. Like any other job, getting use to work flow. Pay day"

CASHIER (Current Employee) says

"I enjoy the customers, and a typical day at work requires to much work. At the end of the day I am exhausted. It is unfair for myself and another co worker of mine due to the fact that we have to close. The benefits are that I learned cash handling and customer service experiences.We get free fountain drinks.We take breaks when we can"

cashier (Former Employee) says

"its a good job if your still in school. teaches you customer service and to work with others. you learn everything bout safety and customer service.customersthe pay"

Cashier/Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"Poorly ran. No work ethics within company. I would stock coolers, clean store, greet and assist customers. Complete customer transactions. I do not feel it would be professional of me to go into any other detail of this particular employer.poor company moral"

SHIFT LEAD CONOCO (Current Employee) says

"I was working way too much. I had too much overtime. My manager wouldn't give me days off or help with the work that needed to be done, I would also pick up everyone else's slack."

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"The manager was favored by higher ups because his mother was part of the corporate office. He never gave breaks, would bad mouth employees behind their backs.nothingNo breaks for night staff; huge possibility of being robbed and shot"

PM Lead,Customer Serv. Represetative (Former Employee) says

"I had a good time working there and would work there again. Managment needs to be hired at each store individually along with asst. Managers. Owner needs to quit popping in and let his. Workers do their job"

Fry Cook (Current Employee) says

"I enjoyed the people that i met daily that is quite possibly the most enjoyable thing in this job a typical day was usually come in listen to complaints them not show how to fix the problem and then you would cook what was necessary and literally wait for a rush hour to take it all but in between any of these "rushes" we are to be cleaning or helping stock if we are caught sitting for a break it was trouble no cellphones no music and you start at only 8 an hour not a good experience at all.Free refills whilst on the jobno breaks, Poor management, family of three are mangers"

Assistant Manager (Former Employee) says

"Conoco was a job, it was a source of income.y manager was great but once u get to a point where ur there for awhile and they are paying u to much they cut u out"

Clerk/Shopkeeper - Customer Service (Former Employee) says

"This job was great for a temp solution. The managers/Assistant managers are kind/ wonderful people. but 12 per hour was unlivable and be expected to deal with the worst kinds of abuse. from Thieves to Transients to death threats. - This job will take its toll on you both mentally and physically. and at the end of the day.. nothing to show for it.. The Corporation HR doesn't care about their employees. nor do they offer solutions.. Overall experience.. Wonderful Managers.. Horrible Living conditionsdouble pay on holidaysEverything else"

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"When I worked at Conoco i felt there was never room to grow or expand in the position i was in. I was stuck going through the same motions and I didn’t appreciate not being appreciated"

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"Cleaned store and laundry room Stocked shelves Completes sales report"

Cook/Prep (Former Employee) says

"I was kist greatful to get the job in general. My management sucked. They werent taught properly thus leading to others bei bff trained improperly. The store is small and thw crew is small evwryone shoild be treated fair"

cashier (Former Employee) says

"I would handle money and cook food constantly along with cleaning up the bathrooms and it was a truck stop so i had to deal with the drivers to"

Day & Night Clerk (Former Employee) says

"I liked the customers, my co-workers, and I liked the work. I just did not feel like I was growing or advancing in position, salary, or benefits. Plus, I didn't really appreciate working for an owner that I felt didn't like having women working for him. So, I left.Customers, Co-Workers, Clean Store, Good SecurityOwner of Store"

Jenneys market (Former Employee) says

"It was very stressful...the manager caused stress by being stressed. The employees where over worked and underpaid. I do not recommend working for this location."

Asst. Manager (Former Employee) says

"Will never recommend a person to work for that company. Th8s is not a corporate company so you deal with what they give. Not fair at all. I am dealing with more than a person should ever have to. Never dreamed an employer could treat anybody like how they have treated me."

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"I worked by myself from 10pm-6am. I had to put orders away, clean the entire store, wait on customers, & handle the gas pumps all at the same time. Management said they would move me to second shift when she could and then passed me up for it two times. I enjoyed the job and working with the customers, but i wasn't able to work 3rd shift car washesno breaks"

Attendant (Former Employee) says

"The job itself was wonderful, however my manager was lazy and crude. She even went as far as to lie about having my pay check because I didn't want to cover a shift. The company is great as a whole but we run into issues on the individual owner basis. My manager at this location was not qualified for this position.relaxeddumb boss"

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"Long hour shifts, lack of employees working at the same time was sometimes stressful. Security was very poor, had to leave because a man threatened to physically harm me. Manager took the situation has a joke and didn't show any compassion.DiscountsSecurity"

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