Good People, Good Hours
Answered - General Maintenance (Former Employee) - Green Bay, WI
The big 3 things they focus on is
2. Quality/good product
Now I work in a MSO (merchandising solutions organization) plant I'm sure culture can change according to what you guys do but mso seems like those 3
Being safe work on time following instructions
The best environment for work. Managers in my division were very savvy, and flexible at the same time. I had a lot of in house training and I learned a lot about consumer behavior and sales marketing too.
Answered - Category Management Analyst (Former Employee) - Guaynabo, PR
Since you work in a remote office, the work environment is what you make it. The culture is excellent and very supportive.
Answered - District Sales Manager, Sales Technology Manager (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
Open and free
Answered - Technician (Former Employee) - Jackson, TN
Proctor and Gamble has a good work environment,by example the manger and team lead have clear understander of what is going on with the lines, the schedules changes.
Answered - Trainer/ Assembly line worker (Current Employee) - Browns Summit, NC
Hastle, slow, management had no clue what they were doing.
Answered - Picker/Packer (Former Employee) - Shippensburg, PA
Proctor & Gamble workers were very friendly.
Answered - Professional Cleaner (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH
Answered - Warehouse/Inventory Auditor (Former Employee) - Union City, GA