Great Company - Great Benefits
Performance Analyst (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – June 13, 2018
Overall, I have had a great experience working at P&G.
The issues I have experienced stem from inconsistency in leadership approaches, advancement limitations imposed by the corporate structure, and the general slow-adaptation of new ideas that come with a company of this size.
Currently, I am ecstatic with the leadership under which I work. They are hands-off and afford me the autonomy to lead my own work & project initiatives. I love the flexibility to work from home twice a week and would really like to work from home more. While I still make less money than I could elsewhere, my managers have fought to increase my compensation package, year-over-year. You really need to have great managers that will advocate for you here, this is something I have definitely learned. If not for my current managers, I would have left the company. There is a lot of "red-tape" in place at P&G, which I understand - it's there to maintain order, etc. However, sometimes these processes prohibit progress and hold back strong candidates. This is where strong managers come into play. If you want to grow/advance and have any hope of getting around the timing limitations imposed, you have to have strong advocates that are willing to fight for you.
Great benefits, flexible working conditions (Non-Management)
Progress Limitations, Inconsistent Leadership Tactics