Productive and fun to work, helps you to gain knowledge and make you more competitive
CSA (Current Employee) – Perth WA – 22 January 2019
Been working for caltex for more than three year, it’s my pleasure to work with them where I learned a lot and which helped me to build myself stronger. Teaches me how to manage and organise things gives you a professional touches.
Customer Service Attendant (Current Employee) – Kogarah NSW – 29 October 2018
The workplace culture in Caltex is really good for casual employees. There is constructive feedback on your work which encourages you to put your best foot forward. The stores directly under the caltex management have better work environment than the franchises.
Consumer Sales Business Manager (Former Employee) – Melbourne VIC – 28 October 2018
Good place to work, a big advantage of being an fully integrated downstream business means you can work in different areas and the jobs are varied and interesting eg at the refinery / terminal / logistics / commercial and Retail
Travelling national and international was a real attraction.
large exposure to bsuiness
long hours and on call 24/ 7 depending on your job
CSA (Former Employee) – Longwarry North VIC – 14 September 2018
I worked as a CSA for 3 weeks, during the 3 weeks my shifts were all over from one day morning to graveyard to afternoons. Other staff were ok, the manager never looked happy and never seen her smile in 3 weeks. The assistant manager was no better, they both were taking off for smoke breaks all the time. Just standing at register was boring. And when there was a drive off, if you didn’t get the rego number the manager got angry. For a servo there cameras didn’t work. Just absolutely hated it, would not recommend to anybody. After 3 weeks l was glad to leave.Couldnt even give you one free coffee on a 8 hour shift!
They treat their part time staff like cheap casuals. They don't hold their agreements and the harassment I have witnessed on two sites was appalling. Don't even think about trying to stand up for your rights either. As my manager explained to me: "You are just a number, they'll get rid of you". They also make you do training in your own time, completely unpaid and you will face disciplinary action if you don't.
You will meet some genuinely nice people.
They will break every agreement, Their whistleblowing service is just a glorified messaging service for upper management, If you become a problem they will force you to quit or just fire you.
Retail Site Manager (Former Employee) – Sydney NSW – 30 August 2018
The training provided was the best I have ever experienced, very in depth. The trainers took their time to make sure they knew each and every trainee. They knew everyone's weakness's and strengths and made sure that your individual training kept you up with the rest of the class.
CSA (Former Employee) – Gilgandra NSW – 13 August 2018
You get no support from management at all, You will be treated like a number and not a human. Don’t even try to have a life if you work with this business. You are spoken to like a dog. And the amount of bullying that happens in this place is unbelievable and the business manager refuses to follow it up.