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Reviews by Shell graduate employees
- Focus on development of people, short and long term opportunities, remuneration, generally stimulating and challenging work
- The opportunity to travel and gain experience at different projects in varying stages.
- Travel. Training. Chance to move through disciplines to get an overall view of different areas.
- World class training opportunities and large training budget. Well-structured graduate development program with competence framework to ensure development is encouraged and supported. International travel and work exposure. Outstanding remuneration package.
- Travel: I am on an expatriate assignment in New Zealand already, only six months into my graduate program. Training, I have access to some of the best training in the world with Shell. Amazing pay. Challenging work.
- A high proportion of people involved in making tough decisions, execution of plans usually takes more time.
- Very large bureaucratic structure increases red tape and slows speed of progress.
- Large multinational - expect inefficiencies in slow administrative processes
- Shell is a very reporting/business process fulfilling driven company - feels like decisions are made slowly, often re-worked and unnecessary processes are not eliminated
- having to go through a number of 'levels' and people to approve things