ExxonMobil BSC


Parent company: ExxonMobil

Industry: Oil & Energy

Location: Budapest, Hungary

Established: 2004

Company size: 1400

Web: www.exxonmobil.hu

About the company

ExxonMobil is the world's largest publicly traded international oil and gas company, providing energy that helps underpin growing economies and improve living standards around the world. ExxonMobil uses innovation and technology to deliver energy to a growing world. We explore for, produce and sell crude oil, natural gas and petroleum products. Exxon Mobil Corporation operates a network of Business Support Centers around the world that support our global operations and customers and is seeking qualified candidates for the Business Support Center in Budapest. The Business Support Center was established in January 2004 under a new entity, ExxonMobil Business Support Center Hungary Ltd. As part of one of the world’s largest corporations, we serve the affiliates in multiple languages.

Key functions

  • Logistics
  • Financial Services
  • IT Services
  • Customer service

SSC Heroes ScorecardOverall score: 7

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Food & drinks
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How to get there

Address: 1139 - Budapest, Váci út 81-85.

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So far: 9 reviews and 135 ratings

Career opportunities

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Management

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Technology

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Work-life balance

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Comp & benefits

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Environment

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Commuting

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Fun

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Food & drinks

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What do you say?

annagerlei9377-9377

2018-04-05, 16:04

I started to work here as an intern one year ago and I still love it. Challenging job, friendly environment, flexible part time options for uni students, very good salary for a career starter, great benefits like free language courses and private medical health care. I would love to stay here after uni as a full time employee. ☺️

R2D2

2018-03-24, 12:12

Cross between a kindergarten and a viper nest. Very buerocratic, lots of contradicting regulations, but on the bottom line only your position matters: if you are in a leadership position, you can afford whatever you want. The place lacks professionalism, and the way to promotions is office politics, self-promotion, sucking up to the management, and ratting on others. The tasks are monotonous and not challenging, the management can afford all kind of discrimination, mobbing, bullying and harassment against their workers because the company will always side with the person higher on the hierarchy. The teams are good, but the cronyism and nepotism breeds a hostile, stressful and overcontrolling environment where you have to watch every step you take.

There are several extracurricular activities and committees, lots of events organised, usually with catering. The company is very family-friendly and supports the reintegration of maternity leavers.

The best benefit is the company support of voluntary pension savings which is quite generous. There are lots of team building events. Salaries are not too good, and they have nothing to do with performance.

Home office possibility is also quite generous.

Not bad for a beginner position, as you get to see how a big company operates, but after that you should leave because there are way better places.

BBBE

2014-08-20, 15:03

It is a very disciplined,professional and well-managed company. Every decision is financially-driven and it is extremely difficult to change processes.

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