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19 days ago

Sales Operations Intern

Colgate-Palmolive New York, NY

• Coordinate all day to day activities and order processing for the distribution of Colgate's sales materials product samples, toothbrush racks… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Legal Assistant Litigation – new

Colgate-Palmolive New York, NY

This Litigation Paralegal will be a member of the Global Legal Organization and assist the Chief Litigation Counsel and other members of the Companys… Glassdoor

7 days ago

HR Operations Intern

Colgate Palmolive New York, NY

Print Preview Colgate-Palmolive Company invites applications for an internship with HR Operations in NY. This part-time internship allows a HR… Glassdoor

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    A good, stable company with good intentions and potential

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    I worked at Colgate-Palmolive


    Very stable, often very caring. The benefits are great, and very comprehensive. As a global leader there are many opportunities to gain valuable experiences. If a person wants to work internationally there are lots of opportunities. In fact, promotions at times require that an individual accept moving around and even taking an international assignment.


    It can be hard to get promoted without political connections. Some folks appear to be fast-tracked and others who work very hard are overlooked. Recognition is seen by some as being inconsistent. The training program is weak. Employee turnover. The efforts to save money can be short sighted. Example: plant shutdowns and other budget restrictions.

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    Corporate and R&D functions should be more in touch with plants.

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