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P&G offers unmatched training, opportunities and support in a professional, well-managed, strategic, results-oriented business environment. Highly recommended!
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Great job

This job is great management is great. They train you very well to handle your day-to-day duties. There are very long shift hours and you may work on holidays but you will receive holiday pay. Overall, this company was a good company to work for. You are able to switch shifts with someone if you’re unable to work your own.
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Schedule is tough. The work is easy not physically demanding for the most part. The kob is rewardinh.

Schedule is well laid out for a typical day Management is there on day shift to assist with issues if needed or nor. And available on night shift for the most part with a telephone call.


Excellent benefits, well paid


Long nights and Days. Upgrades can be demanding
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Working at Procter is the best training anyone could ever experience.

You'll work with very intelligent and capable colleagues, all working to do the right thing for consumers. Incredible organization and a privilege to have spent my career as a contributor.
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Good place to start a career

This is a good place to start a career, the only bad things are due to excessive bureaucracy from management, you gotta do a fair share of bootlicking to succeed
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Pay isn’t worth it

All the managers are higher ups claim to care and want to help but are unhelpful at every level and only care about getting their bonuses. Favoritism is rampant.
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Highly stressful work environment

The bad- Long work days, underappreciated by managers, especially ones that are on expat assignments from other countries, poor work life balance, favoritism, lack of adequate training.The good- compensation and benefits
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Horrible, Children in Management roles

HORRIBLE management. Hire kids right out of school, can't communicate let alone manage. Just keep adding more and more and more onto your plate. Expect 115% ride you like a rented mule.


Good pay


Everything else
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Was enjoyable for about 15 years

The first 15 years I worked there were great - I was valued, had excellent people around me, and felt like management had my back. Then they changed the career path system, and it became much more bureaucratic, and management started to become more micromanagement. This also put a glass ceiling on researchers, and they started to fill positions that historically were for 4 year degreed people with people that only had HS diplomas or associate degrees. That became a hot button issue and created some animosity between coworkers.
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Work is flexible

Work is self paced 85% of time. You need to figure things out initially because training is not a priority. You work in the field but are also responsible for your own documentation, training, and payroll documentation.




Expected to know from day 1
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Terrible place!

Horrible place to work! No one is friendly, management plays favorites and only young brown noses with no clue get promoted, so it's run by inexperienced kids. Teamwork is a joke. Training is terrible, you are expected to figure it out on your own and snap at you if you don't know something. Super negative depressing atmosphere, no comraderie, most people are very cold and rude. Then there is the work two nights, two days, two nights, back and forth which is incredibly unhealthy and you have zero life balance because half your day off you spend sleeping and thr other day off you are too darn tired to do anything. The money is not worth it.




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Laid back, no pressure. Great company to work for

Great benefits, great schedule. No micromanage. Only bad thing was pay was below average. You work at your own pace. The benefits are very good that for some it outweighs the low pay. Pay isn’t terrible but below average for your role
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Overall a good company to work for

Overall a good company to work for but a new person who was sent to only because he wanted to be promoted with no idea what is a capital project and what is operational side of the business about, how to work with people - harassing, mocking people, talking to people like a child, embarrassing people at the meetings
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Great growth and lots of work

Great on boarding with lots of training and mentor ship. Was glad to start career there. Got into higher level roles in difficult locations and ended up being burned out by the amount of work
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Time off

Time Off and benefits are excellent. The management team and the amount of time you get to learn the jobs is not very fare at all. If your single it's a good job.


Free lunches


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The culture and management is horrible.

Management does not support lower level employees at all. The swing shift schedule is very draining and does not allow a good balance between work and life.
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Not the worst, but definitely could be better.

The job itself isn’t bad, the problem is the ridiculous expectations. Every employee is supposed to run the line, create safety and operational documentation, manage an operating system like maintenance, quality, safety, and handle and extra requests for that specific shift. Not to mention the constant troubleshooting and fighting fires. This is an issue that extends through the whole plant, management is constantly merging the jobs of people who leave into existing positions with no extra compensation. And the lack of communication means that the day to day plan changes a dozen times. There’s a big push to learn and grow, but if you’re too good at your job, trust me, you’re not going anywhere.


Free products


Overworked, under paid, no communication, ridiculous expectations
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Horrible work experience. People are Horrible

Horrible experience. Horrible management and culture. People are very unhappy. Very inexperienced supervisors and managers. Do not treat women very well.
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Productive and Fun

It’s a great please to work, schedule it’s awesome and you get every other weekend off. Growth is up to you, not management, you go as far as you want. Pay can be better.
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They focus on the things that don’t matter.

Not a good company to work for, you have to do so many unnecessary things throughout the day and over time.After a year of working there you have to have a “panel” with a bunch of managers and explain your job in and out.You have to “own” a piece of equipment and make a whole book on it.The pay is decent but the job sucks.


Decent pay, vacation days


Everything else
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Great people to work with

Above average mill with excellent benefits. People are fun to work with hours suck with the swing there. Not family orientated. Systems in place for OT and vacation selections. There is a union which works for the workers


Profit sharing/401k


Management styles vary. Good managers don’t stay long
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Based on 7,153 reviews

Ratings by category

3.8 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
4.0 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
3.7 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.7 out of 5 stars for Management
3.9 out of 5 stars for Culture

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3.5Family Support
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