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.
Fantastic!!!! EVeyrthing is covered immediately, and 401k with stock options kicks in after a year. All tech and vehicle required for job provided day 1. Never went without.
This place is very nice
Stable benefits, seems equitable to most other fortune 500 company. P&G doesn't strive to be better but just to be average vs competitors. Best health coverage in the local area.
PG updated their vacation policy in 2017; no more 3 floating holidays and gave us 2 more days. Meaning, 3 wks vacation as a new hire (upon the new yr, minus prorates due to your start date). As far as health insurance, as a single employee they seem very fair; it does get expensive adding multi-dependents (I have 3 additional kids and with a stupid smoking surcharge, I pay around $500/month). Dental is there and a minimal cost/coverage as per standard; as is vision. 401k is available and auto-enrolled after a year of service at 3.5%, no match and it gradually increases %. In lieu of 401k match, the company does GRANT you shares thru PST, vested after 3-5yrs. PST is based on yrs of service and they keep changing it, it's rather opaque on the percentages. Starts at 5% and goes up. That first yr is based on the time from your 1yr anniversary until the end of the next fiscal. [So say you started in Jan 2016. You reached your 1yr anniversary in Jan 2017. You'd get 5% of your salary from Jan 2017 until the end of June 2017 (fiscal yr end). The next yr, you'd get the full 5% for the full year. It's confusing and they don't talk about it or give much info prior. Everything is very hush hush with money/salary. Then they have a rating scale, that rates 1-2-3 based on performance, but they only have so many 1's they can give etc, etc. So even if you perform to high quality, you might not make the 1, you may be a" 2+"; this is unfair from the get-go. This is what your annual raises are based on.
Best thing is that it is totally paid by the employer. Profit sharing. Worst thing is that you don't really see too much growth till about after 15 years
Health Insurance, Paid Vacation, 401K, Profit Sharing, Stock Options, Great Compensation, Life Insurance, Legal Services, Disability Options, etc.
Great fertility benefits and lots of paid time off for both mothers and fathers - even for adoption. Limited benefits at work - i.e. no coffee, snacks, meals, etc.
Overall, the benefits were good. Complete medical, dental, vision, 11 paid holidays off, paid sick-time off, etc.
Great Flexible work policy. WFH is available. Health and Dental benefits are also very good and meet my families needs.
Profit Sharing, Vacation, Flex work!
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