Bashneft Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Bashneft is a Russian oil company formed by the transfer of the oil related assets of the Soviet oil ministry in Bashkortostan to the regional government of the Republic of Bashkortostan by Boris Yeltsin. It was then privatized during 2002-3 by Murtaza Rakhimov, the president of Bashkortostan, an ally of Yeltsin's, with a controlling interest in Bashkir Capital, a holding company controlled by Rakhimov's son, Ural Rakhimov. In 2009 a controlling interest in Bashneft was acquired for $2 billion by Vladimir Yevtushenkov and placed in his holding company, Sistema, but in July 2014 he was jailed and 72% of Sistema's interest in Bashneft seized by the Russian government.
A former employee mentioned, "Bureaucracy - excessively complicated administrative procedures - are everywhere at Bashneft. Top management is slow to adapt to new technologies. Not enough training is organised for the employees."
Former Intern - Internship says"Weak salary; Play non-important role as intern"
Former Employee - Director says"It was good before acquisition. But after 2017 it is another company - with unfriendly atmosphere and voluntaristic management."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"No values, weak social management"