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Procter & Gamble Benefits

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Employer Summary

We offer you an exciting place to develop your career, a positive supportive environment, training, experience and opportunities and a comprehensive and highly competitive compensation and benefits package designed to recognize your achievements, both now and in the future. We offer one of the best benefits programs in U.S. industry according to “The 100 Best Companies To Work For in America.” A Towers Perrin and “Money” magazine study ranked P&G first in the total dollar value of employee benefits. And we are consistently ranked in the top 5% of benefits plans, according to “Money” magazine’s annual survey. Procter & Gamble has always felt the success of our Company and of our employees are inseparable. This is why P&G benefit programs make employees true shareholders of the business. P&G was a pioneer in the employee benefits areas. Today, our people own over a quarter of the Company. Today, P&G’s employee benefits and family friendly policies are among the very best offered in American Consumer Products Companies.

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  • May 15, 2017
    Star Star Star Star Star Current Employee in Cincinnati, Ohio

    80% masters paid for. Up to 6 month sabatical available every 5 years. Decent starting vacation with option to buy additional week.

  • May 23, 2017
    Star Star Star Star Star Current Employee in Cincinnati, Ohio

    As an Intern I am not offered any benefits

  • Apr 30, 2017
    Star Star Star Star Star Current Warehouse Technician in Dayton, Ohio

    The best thing about the benefits at Procter and Gamble for me, would probably have to be taking advantage of tuition reimbursement, although there are so many benefits it's tough to pick.

  • May 14, 2017
    Star Star Star Star Star Current Employee in Iowa City, Iowa

    Comprehensive benefits package includes a little bit of everything: stocks, db, vision medical dental, as well as varied options within

  • May 13, 2017
    Star Star Star Star Star Current Employee in Seattle, Washington State

    The work from home policy does not apply to every employee. The manager can decide who "deserves" it

  • May 05, 2017
    Star Star Star Star Star Current Data Scientist Manager in Cincinnati, Ohio

    While the benefits are outstanding for people with 15 years or more on the company, the entry level benefits are lower than other companies

  • Apr 19, 2017
    Star Star Star Star Star Former Employee in New York, New York State

    Very competitive benefit package. Multiple options available to fit your personal/family needs.

  • Apr 01, 2017
    Star Star Star Star Star Former Acct exec in New York, New York State

    As an employee. You receive a Great 401K which the company matches upto six percent. Proctor & Gamble also has shares for employees with options to take a porrion out to help with early life needs like buying a house

  • Mar 29, 2017
    Star Star Star Star Star Current Senior Scientist in Cincinnati, Ohio

    P&G's overall benefits package is competitive but I get the feeling that things can change at anytime to make the stock look better to investors. But I do have over $2 million dollars in profit sharing after working for P&G for about 4 decades.

  • Mar 22, 2017
    Star Star Star Star Star Current Plant Technician in Mehoopany, Pennsylvania

    Health insurance is terrible. Pay is ok.

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