well organised, there's a order, hard working, services is good and perfect
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Pretoria, Gauteng – 31 January 2017
Is good to work at bp cause I love to work with people ,giving them the full service that they need , tell them about the promotion ,one you want up in your mind wena you going to work you must know that I am going to work , cause many people they don't take any job description serious, first of all you must focus on your job
attendant (Former Employee) – gauteng – 31 January 2017
the was a fine management, it was a clean work place. we had one hour lunchtime everything was just fine untill the last day where I failed a misty motorist and that was it for me, thats how serious the management was regarding work.
Display Merchandise Auditor (Former Employee) – Western Cape, Gauteng and Kwa-Zulu Natal – 29 July 2016
The day would begin with planning the travel to various BP petrol stations. The plan was to cover a minimum of 10 outlets per day and thus I had to maximise on travel time due to distances between these outlets. Once I have reached the outlet I would then undertake the audit by physical observation or inspection of the material and signage on the site against the set standards. I would then engage the management of the outlet on my findings and pose any other questions I may have that would be of assistance to my investigation. At the end of the day, I would spend evenings drafting a report on the findings on the audit done on each of the outlets I would have visited on the day and forward through the report and recommendations to address gaps to the head office and the management team at the specific outlets.
Travelling the landscapes of South Africa, trekking across cities and rural areas.
Looking for accomodation (mainly B&Bs) every day, as sometimes you would cover a stretch of 800kms in a day.
Arrive at work,greet staff and mangement and resume my duties,i learned many things here and management was willing to teach me and my co workers we get on quite well and the hardest part of my job is to handle a difficult customer,but that doesnt get me down.the most enjoyable part of my job is handling customers
ADMIN CLERK (Former Employee) – Port Shepstone, ZN – 3 July 2014
to find out you have run out of stock and did otknow about it. To balance stock daily and to know the product customers buy most and make sure we don't run out. Management was good and helpful. I got on with everyone i'm friendly. stock shortage and to reconcile. To know I have met my daily target