The people of P&G are amazing. The recruiting and testing process is very rigorous and I believe it always has been. So you have the opportunity to work with the most amazing people. People are able to make significant contributions at every level. Most employees are very driven to succeed so the work environment can be both challenging and inspiring. Overall P&G is a great place to work!
Large company so there is a variety of opportunities
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Erwin, NC – November 10, 2016
Sign into Walmart log, scan and inventory products, designed plan-o-grams and end caps. Management was very nice but also took her job seriously in a very professional manner. I had no coworkers but was required to interact with store staff. The hardest part of the job was when store personnel would not cooperate. The most enjoyable part of the job was the flexibility.
Planning Coordinator (Former Employee) – Pineville, LA – November 7, 2016
I enjoyed the place that why I stayed there for a long time and ate good food while I was at it. But to tell one the truth I would probable make this one of last place to get hired because the work is tiredsome.
P&G is a great place to learn and grow. Starting out, I was given incredible responsibility and enabling latitude to solve problems and build the business. This growth experience has helped shape me into the professional I am today.
I worked with a great group of people. My job was selling new and existing items that were authorized by various warehouses, into the grocery stores in my territory. I had fantastic people to call on, and unbelievable coworkers.
I was part time, so flexability with my family
I thought we could have had better opportunities for continuing employment within P&G, once our division was eliminated by the company.
Analyst (Former Employee) – United States – October 29, 2016
The company is a very large company with multiple manufacturing sites around the world. The benefits are very good, but salary is strictly determined by manufacturing sites management and years of service.
Senior Project Lead & Auditor (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – October 25, 2016
P&G has state-of-the-art manufacturing processes and technologies. A very professional and respectful place to work. They are also committed to and invest much time and money into the training and empowering of their employees from a skills perspective.
Very productive and great people to work with a Global Comapny
Technician (Former Employee) – Jackson, TN – October 25, 2016
There was no typical day here. Each day brought something different, this was one of the things that made it great. I learned that working in production was great. The hardest part of leaving this company was the hardest part of this job. Management and Technicians were college graduates at this Company. the most impressed part of this job was the skill based system. I was considered a leader and did extensive traveling for the company to up grade people systems and it is still in progress today. Had it not been for the weekly rotatating of shifts I would have never left this Global Company. One of the most enjoyable things here was learning maintenace of equipment. Management had an open door policy.
This company was a skilled based systems and Technicians had input.
weekly rotating shifts became a problem for Parents
Global Trademark Legal Manager (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH 45202 – October 14, 2016
I have spent many years at P&G and can only sing their praises. I have been able to have a long and fulfilling career at the company. The company culture and people there are wonderful, supportive and embrace everyone.
On a typical day I supported five brand managers and had to prioritize the heavy work load ensuring that all deadlines were met. A strong sense of urgency was needed everyday. I also made staff travel arrangements.