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Church & Dwight Chairman & CEO James R. Craigie
James R. Craigie
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    Too flat to grow

    Former Employee - Product Manager in Ewing, NJ
    Former Employee - Product Manager in Ewing, NJ

    I worked at Church & Dwight

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    Pros

    Not bad - some smart people in marketing. Very good management has led to significant grown over the last 10 years.

    Cons

    ABSOLUTELY NO CAREER DEVELOPMENT! Totally flat organization with very little room to move up. Even people in high level positions are bored and told to find other activities to occupy themselves. HR doesn't take claims of mistreatment seriously.


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    2 phone screens, 2 in person interviews with everybody and their dogs. Took about 4 months between first contact and start date. They were pretty good about offering information regarding benefits/perks during interview process.

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Top 50 US Based Companies , HAPPI, 2011
Hot 100 Growth Companies , BusinessWeek, 2011
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Website www.churchdwight.com
Headquarters Ewing, NJ
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1846
Type Company - Public (CHD)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

Whether you call it saleratus (aerated salt), sodium bicarbonate, or plain old baking soda, Church & Dwight is a top maker worldwide of the powder. Church & Dwight's ARM & HAMMER baking soda, first marketed in 1846, is used as leavening, a deodorizer, a cleaner, and a swimming pool pH stabilizer. While laundry detergent represents Church & Dwight's top consumer business by sales, the company also makes a variety of other products: bathroom cleaners, carpet deodorizer, air fresheners, toothpaste, antiperspirants, Trojan condoms, industrial-grade ... More

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