Exxon Mobil Company Profile

Exxon Mobil Company Profile

Exxon Mobil Company ProfileExxonMobil is a dynamic, exciting place to work. We hire exceptional people, and every one of them is empowered to think independently, take initiative and be innovative. We invite you to explore the world of opportunities waiting for you.

Exxon Mobil Corporation is committed to being the world’s premier petroleum and petrochemical company. To that end, we must continuously achieve superior financial and operating results while simultaneously adhering to high ethical standards.

The exceptional quality of our workforce provides a valuable competitive edge. To build on this advantage, we will strive to hire and retain the most qualified people available and to maximize their opportunities for success through training and development. We are committed to maintaining a safe work environment enriched by diversity and characterized by open communication, trust, and fair treatment.

Our workforce

ExxonMobil’s nearly 75,000 employees contribute to the success of our business; we are committed to contributing to their career goals and professional development.

Retention and engagement

Our global, diverse workforce represents a source of competitive advantage for ExxonMobil. We retain and develop our employees by fostering an environment where personal and professional growth is encouraged, and career objectives are developed and achieved. During the annual performance assessment and development process, every employee has a structured, documented discussion with their supervisors about work accomplishments, training objectives, development opportunities and career interests. This process provides the basis for ongoing employee coaching and continuous performance improvement. The company’s training programs, mentorships and networking opportunities also help employees grow and develop throughout their time at ExxonMobil.

Another aspect of our retention and engagement strategy involves providing a robust corporate and technical training program. Our major business units spent $96 million on training employees in 2013, reaching more than 87,000 non-unique training participants. To maintain our position as a technical leader in the industry, we directed more than 71 percent of our investment toward professional technical training. Additionally, more than 3,900 employees at various levels of the company participated in ExxonMobil’s leadership development training programs in 2013, of which 30 percent were women and 59 percent were employees outside the United States.

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