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62 English questions out of 62

July 31, 2022

Does BP offer relocation assistance?

Pros

great atmosphere, usually nice people, great work environment, good work life balance, very good benefit package

Cons

career path progression can be hard depending on your position

great atmosphere, usually nice people, great work environment, good work life balance, very good benefit package

July 31, 2022

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July 2, 2020

Does BP offer massages?

Pros

Free coffee, lunch discount, small environment and fewer employees than a large supermarket meant you got to know the team

Cons

Sexual harassment, managing staff didn't care about employees receiving abuse from customers

Free coffee, lunch discount, small environment and fewer employees than a large supermarket meant you got to know the team

July 2, 2020

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February 11, 2022

Does BP offer dental insurance?

Pros

- Friendly environment and people. Some good policies if not all. Emphasis on safety - Some good perks for WFH setup, Restricted shares, Reimbursement of medical expense (upto 30 k) apart from Medical insurance - opportunity to get free certifications from LinkedIn learning and Coursera

Cons

- No Job security. They put you on a cliffhanger for long and so diplomatically ask you to look for new job opportunities (without even uttering a word to look for job outside) - One of the most incompetent HR, They do not respond or they do not have answers to your questions - Work culture is different from other geographies. Some teams may have lost work life balance. Many leads are not even much concerned abt it - No transparency. they do not want us to presume anything but they are unable to give you transparency. Some decisions they made, have an impact on project but not even communicated on time to impacted teams. - Hired some manager with higher packages but they rely so much on their subordinates for each and every work. Subordinates are designated secretaries. and still none of the Managers have the courtesy to reward their team members for their contribution - Suggestions made by Juniors are often neglected/rejected. Have seen some suggestions neglected which results later in escalation :) - Health insurance does not cover your parents at all (no options at all). No provision of covering your parents by paying extra. HR has been working on it since 1.5 years and not yet came up with solution. Such a great HR team

Advice to Management

Transparency is what we needed. You need not to reveal everything but a proper communication is required for major decisions that affects people's career or have impact on teams

Some good perks for WFH setup, Restricted shares, Reimbursement of medical expense (upto 30 k) apart from Medical insurance

February 11, 2022

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November 3, 2021

Does BP have a pension plan?

Pros

great benefits and compensation, pension is good too

Cons

Not so good health insurance

great benefits and compensation, pension is good too

November 3, 2021

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August 31, 2020

Does BP offer parental leave?

Pros

Great maternity and paternity leave

Cons

When BP sells a business, the employees seem to go with the sale, giving employees no say in the decision. Not uncommon for any business, but don’t rely on the benefits for the long run.

Great maternity and paternity leave

August 31, 2020

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