It is a very well rounded package. One of the best I have seen. It is hard to compete with in this job market.
Base salary was decent but hours were outrageous, had to purchase a week of vacation even though I was working 80+ hours/week, expensive health insurance, no bonus, small raises, trivial rating system
Includes 401K, health and vacation and time off
Very generous benefits package overall one of the best.
P&G can be appealing from a benefits perspective once you reach a year of service and begin receiving stock options. These can make people rich as long as the company is growing and increasing in value, which over time, it always has. I understood that everyone from operators at the plants to executives were retiring very well if they were with P&G for 25-30 years. The problem I saw with the benefits package was that the stock options were the only real way to prep for retirement. The 401K also didn't start until a year of service and there was no match thereafter (due to stock options, which are not a sure thing). Along with this, there was no real bonus structure at the lower levels, even for someone with years of experience in a managerial position. However, the health benefits were excellent and they also began giving four months of maternity leave as well as six weeks of paternity leave.
Better than competition, but decreasing every year
Manager discression for additional sick time off with a doctor note. Rule is if you are out 5 days in a row for the same thing you should go on disability.
They are standard and happen no matter how well or poorly you perform. You will get a steady annual raise. The con is that you will barely have an impact and your ideas will die as soon as you put them on paper.
good benefits ,great people and envirnoment
Benefits were above average. There was a 401k and profit sharing plan. The benefits seemed to be getting stripped down. Despite being stripped down, they're still better than most.
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