Rigzone's Employer Survey Reveals the Best Oil, Gas Company to Work For
We are spending just as much time challenging ourselves to ensure we have the right workforce that represents the society in which we live. Making Shell an attractive place for Millennials and Gen Z means we are thinking deeply about everything from our policies to our workspaces. We aim to ensure our workforce is representative of society today. We recently introduced a global policy for a minimum period of paid maternity leave, superseding statutory allowances in many countries. [It’s] a small step that has been well received and we need to do more to face up to the issues affecting us in society and play an active role in changing how the world of work participates in those challenges.
While Shell was the top company in Rigzone's Ideal Employer Survey overall, other oil and gas firms took the number one spot in certain regions and countries. Respondents to the survey in Africa voted for Chevron more than any other company as their most-favored firm to work for, while Shell took second place followed by Total and ExxonMobil.
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