Chevron is a global leader in providing integrated energy companies safe and reliable energy. The people who make up Chevron are accredited for the company's success through their commitment to getting results the right way. That way is achieved through operating responsibly, executing with excellence, applying innovative technologies and exploring new opportunities for profitable growth.
All of this is chalked up to the Chevron Way. This way of life, so to say, is a proven method that has been integrated in every career at Chevron from its beginning to its present. The Chevron Way is understood as being a way to explain who is behind the name, what they believe, how they achieve success and what goals they're striving to accomplish. The Chevron Way paves the path to future success as the company continues to develop the energy that powers the world forward.
The energy that powers The Chevron Way is the company's vision: To be the global energy company most admired for its people, partnership and performance. But the heart and soul of the company are the values that uphold their beliefs. The values act as a guide for making the best, informed decisions for Chevron.
While the values are the company's foundation, the company relies on its strategies to deliver industry-leading results. The strategies are a guide to whatever action is taken to come up with these results. The strategies are also seen as a way to strengthen shareholder value in any business environment.
The major business strategies at Chevron are:
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From early on, Chevron joined the Men Advocating Real Change gender inclusion program to foster an environment that is equal across all domains. Through this program, the company believes it has the ability to build self-awareness, foster individual inclusion skills and sustain a culture of inclusion across the organization.
In addition, the company awarded a $5 million grant to Catalyst. The global nonprofit works to advance gender equality in the workplace. The grant donation was made in support of expanding the Men Advocating Real Change program. The program has a focus of encouraging male executives and leaders to promote an environment of inclusion. The executives and leaders are empowered to influence more equitable talent management systems and processes, and build effective partnerships across genders.
"Our aim is to improve workforce demographics globally by providing equal opportunity through recruitment, development and promotion without regard to gender or race," said Lee Jourdan, Chief Diversity Officer. "Generally, our desire is to create a culture where everyone can do their best, everyone can participate, everyone can feel included. When everyone's in, everyone wins."
At Chevron employees are encouraged to give back to the communities they serve. Whether it's through applying skills, experience or energy to volunteer activities or donating financially, Chevron employees are known for more than just providing safe and reliable energy. The volunteer activities the employees take part in cover a large basis of helping communities thrive. From helping improve education or providing basic needs, to fostering new business opportunities or strengthening the communities as a whole, Chevron employees are there to provide support throughout every year.
The giving back aspect to Chevron's culture is powered by the Chevron Humankind initiative. Through this initiative, employees have donated more than $35.2 million through their employee and retiree giving and company matching funds. More than 7,300 Chevron employees and retirees have volunteered through the initiative. And more than 274,200 volunteer hours were logged in the United States alone. Chevron Humankind benefitted 2,185 charitable organizations through employees' volunteer time.
With a supportive culture that is founded on giving back, it's no wonder so many people love working at Chevron.
The Organization’s MissionAt the heart of The Chevron Way is our vision … to be the global energy company most admired for its people, partnership and performance.
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On average, employees at Chevron stay with the company for 3.4 years. Employees most commonly join Chevron after leaving Walmart. When they leave Chevron, they most frequently get their next job at Walmart.
|Average Length of Employment|
The Dow Chemical Company5.1 years
General Electric4.5 years
|Top Employers Before Chevron|
Exxon Mobil9.0 %
|Top Employers After Chevron|
Exxon Mobil7.5 %
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