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30+ days ago

Manufacturing - Plant Technician

Procter & Gamble Lagrange, GA

To learn more about this career path, click here. View our Realistic Job Preview Video by clicking here. In order to perform the work described… Procter & Gamble


4 days ago

Manufacturing – Duracell Plant Technician - Electronic & Instrumentation Technic

Procter & Gamble Lagrange, GA

NOTE: Due to P&G’s announcement of its intention to divest the Duracell business to Berkshire Hathaway, this role is specific to the Duracell… Procter & Gamble


30+ days ago

Manufacturing- Duracell Manufacturing Control Systems Engineer

Procter & Gamble Lagrange, GA

2. Lead control system designs on new equipment or optimizations on existing equipment. Partner with plant technicians, engineers and equipment… Procter & Gamble


30+ days ago

Engineering - Duracell Electrical and Control Systems Engineer

Procter & Gamble Lagrange, GA

2. Lead control system designs on new equipment or optimizations on existing equipment. Partner with plant technicians, engineers and equipment… Procter & Gamble


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    Highly structured work environment.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lagrange, GA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lagrange, GA

    I have been working at Procter & Gamble

    Pros

    Very good pay and benefits. Medical benefits decline every year but that is probably the same everywhere. Excellent 401k employer match.

    Cons

    Creativity is discouraged. Good performance is viewed as not having made any mistakes with no reward for achievements. Extremely political environment. People are very frendly to your face but refuse to work together. All work that requires skill and talent is outsourced. Advancement is achieved by networking and favors. There is a rigid policy for almost everything. Strickly following the policy is more important than the results. Procedure and policies make accomplishing anything take five times longer than necessary.

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    Stop moving management from one facility to another every 2 to 3 years. Hire management that have some technical ability and stay with a process long enough to understand it.

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