If you know first hand, you were most likely an extremely weak employee. And through Chevron's employee evaluation process it most likely took them a business cycle or two to to pin point what an underperforming employee that you were under several different supervisors and or managers.
Chevron is one of the finest companies in the business. I worked for them for 30 years and am delighted and thankful for every day that I had an opportunity to be employed by them. They paid well, expected hard work and above average performance form each and every employee and all employees that performed were treated with respect, high wages and or salaries and given a chance to better their standing within the company.
After 30 years, not a better company in the Dow Jones Industrial 30!
Sorry that you are such a sore loser and bad employee.
I am right there with you. I just hit 30 years last summer and at 51, I am hoping for a lot more. When I look at where my friends and family work, Chevron is hands down one of the best companies to work for in the world. I wouldn't trade one day of my career to work at another company. Also, when I do retire, I plan to use the skills I have gained to do part time consulting or possibly teach.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
So, dish - if we are all crooks, tell everyone on this board what crime I committed. I had a long association with CVX. Didn't really see dishonesty - quite the opposite, my experience is that they always took the high road. But I'm all ears to find out what felonies I may have committed.
LOL I have worked for them for along time, the integrity of this company is quite good. I have seen a few mistakes that have caused some problems, but Chevron really is "the Boy Scouts" of the oil industry. You would have a dificult time finding a more honest company.