Phillips 66 Review Data
10 total review submissions
|2016||2nd Year Analyst||Houston||Accounting||Great benefits, many young professionals to network with.…||Career was managed by team that was not involved frequently…|
|2018||1st Year Analyst||Houston||Risk||Good benefit and work/life balance. The company is one of…||Work is slow and not interesting. They make most employees…|
|2018||Intern||Houston||Oil & Gas||Great, dynamic team. Very approachable management who is…||On the trading front, not very aggressive and getting less…|
|2018||Accountant||Houston||Oil & Gas||Great work-life balance, worked with great people and had a…||A lot of favoritism. This worked against me in one group as…|
|2018||3rd+ Year Analyst||Houston, TX, USA||Oil & Gas||Solid benefits and very flexible schedules. The work/life…||Finance management cares for relationships over results.…|
|2017||2nd Year Analyst||Houston||Oil and Gas||P66 has a great work life balance, upward mobility for…||Compensation is low for the industry, but that is reflected…|
|2017||Intern||Houston||Trading||40 hour work weeks, good pay, family culture. On site gym,…||40 hour work weeks, gets boring as an intern, wanted to do…|
|2017||1st Year Analyst||Houston||Oil and Gas||Salary is pretty good when compared to the other major…||Some of the people I work with aren't the smartest…|
|2014||Intern||Houston||Commodities||- short work weeks, traders and analyst work close to 40…||- trading is not really trading, its really just supply…|
|2014||1st Year Analyst||Houston||Oil and Gas||Working for an oil company is a low stress level…||Phillips 66 has low pay relative to industry average. Part…|
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