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About the company

  • CEO
    Bernard Looney
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (NZD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
  • Headquarters
    International Headquarter...
  • Link
    BP website

bp has a proud history in New Zealand. In fact, we’ve been part of the Kiwi community for over 70 years.

During this time, we’ve always been proud to be innovators and industry leaders. We were the first NZ oil company to introduce solar powered canopies at service stations. We’ve introduced great convenience offerings to our customers in creating our Wild Bean cafes. We’ve also been at the forefront of technology, creating the bpMe App - the first app of its kind within Australia & and NZ.

A hub of innovation in a fast-moving, global network, bp New Zealand connects local communities and environmental expertise with the resources and tools of our leading global businesses. Everything we do is with our customers and communities in mind. Together, we’re using our specialist knowledge – grounded in the unique places and people we work with – to create incredible possibilities for the future and our community.

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Shop Assistant in Christchurch, Canterbury
on 10 August 2022
Good job overall

Would reccomend just gets a bit boring after so long as you don't learn anymore. Promotion would make it better because the hard work mean something after that

Manager in New Plymouth, Taranaki
on 3 July 2022
really liked it

I like the salary and the people there, it was honestly quite a well working environment which i liked. but there was also a bad manager there which i

Customer Service Representative in Auckland City, Auckland
on 9 June 2022
good as first job or students earns some money

easy entry level job, but always short of hands. too much workload for afternoon coffee role when the graveyard is closed. limited improvement on salary and career development.

Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Rotorua, Bay of Plenty
on 11 May 2022
High staff turnover

Too many responsibilities are heaped on staff. Training is oftentimes cut short and you get to learn when you’re already on the job. Rosters are inflexible and sick leaves and injuries are viewed with much skepticism. Management tends to distrust its staff.

Customer Service Representative in Dunedin, Otago
on 19 February 2022
toxic workplace not worth the stress

worked here for well over a year started off okay with good management but when the management changed it went downhill. worst place to work with coworkers who are bitter, they treat it as a career rather than an entry level job and will act as if they have higher power while working the same role as you. management are horrible and don’t care to resolve issues especially as they are the main one e.g a lot of swearing if you need to go home sick, they aren’t happy to help out front and will leave you to struggle. definitely not the place to work if you can’t stand your ground when it comes to aggressive coworkers and customers.

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