Procter & Gamble Technical Centers

Procter & Gamble Technical Centers Reviews

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    Great Learning Ground- Fight till you learn the most-if you dont grow use your knowledge outside

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    I have been working at Procter & Gamble Technical Centers full-time (more than 5 years)


    Most people you work with are decent, trustworthy. Good compensation, the company takes good care of you. Fairly flat organization. You can do whatever you choose to as long you connect it to the business and deliver. Amazing foundational value system called PVP. Very high ethics...


    Too soft on low performers. Too many "leaders" and very few "followers". Everyone wants to lead and few wants to really work and deliver something. Some have rigged the system, so by simply playing enough politics they grow until they hit the wall...too much rope...they do finally hang but only after too much damage...even if you are a top performer, promotions are very slow...middle management is essentially powerless...Technically shallow...too much internal competition

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    Create a truly performance based system. Don't run the company just on relationships...make Zero tolerance for internal competition and politics. Allow young people to grow fast, create official fast path for the really capable...bring back entrepreneurial spirit...

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    Anonymous Employee in Cincinnati, OH
    Anonymous Employee in Cincinnati, OH
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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 daysinterviewed at Procter & Gamble Technical Centers in December 2008.

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    The recruiter had seen my previous internships paperwork; saw some interest. The panel interview was the hardest; ended up I met one of the guys before. They split hairs when they couldn't get the answer out of me they wanted. It was difficult to read what they're looking for. P&G has a very odd work culture; if they think you're not cut out for it at the onset you may as well say whatever you want during the interview.

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Headquarters Weybridge, United Kingdom
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors L'Oréal, LVMH, RB

Where's Waldo? The studious-looking research types are likely to be at Procter & Gamble Technical Centers Limited. Also known as Rusham Park Technical Centre (RPTC), the division conducts research related to its parent's health and beauty care products. A subsidiary of consumer products giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) and one of nine research centers within Western Europe, Procter & Gamble Technical Centers is involved in the development of the company's hair care products, skin care items and cosmetics, oral care products, fragrances, deodorants, and respiratory medicines... More

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