Friday, September 20, 2013

Phillips 66: Providing Jobs; Helping Communities

Phillips 66 teamed with the Center for America to become the lead corporate sponsor of American Jobs for America's Heroes, a nonprofit group that helps National Guard members find jobs.

Phillips 66 is the top U.S. company for corporate social responsibility, according to a just-released survey by Universum. The research firm surveyed 20,812 U.S. college business students and the majority said Houston-based Phillips 66 -- which lends its 76, Conoco and eponymous brand names to thousands of convenience stores and gas stations -- is the best corporate citizen in America.
Phillips 66 also places a special emphasis on caring for the environment and sustainability within the regions where its brands are located. See full story

The leader of Bartlesville’s largest employer praised the city and state of Oklahoma recently for its “rich heritage” and as a source of employee talent it provides to the company.
Since the spin-off from ConocoPhillips, Houston-based Phillips 66 is Bartlesville’s largest employer with local workers based at its downtown campus and research center on the city’s west side.

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