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70 English questions out of 70

October 24, 2021

Does Procter & Gamble offer massages?

Pros

good salary, insurance, great people,

Cons

Work life balance, junior analyst bonuses, no free coffee / fruits in the office

Work life balance, junior analyst bonuses, no free coffee / fruits in the office

October 24, 2021

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August 16, 2021

Does Procter & Gamble offer dental insurance?

Pros

Good Pay, Great work life balance, Respect for employees at all levels, Great Medical and Dental benefits. Good room for advancement opportunities rewarded well.

Cons

Engineering degrees weigh more than any other degree - and most often the engineer does not contribute as much to the company. Company is very competitive and has great solid market growth.

Advice to Management

Recognize people for work well done, not for the title they chose on their piece of paper - see the contribution, not just the flashy title.

Good Pay, Great work life balance, Respect for employees at all levels, Great Medical and Dental benefits.

August 16, 2021

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May 2, 2022

Does Procter & Gamble have a pension plan?

Pros

Good pay pension benefits and lots of other perks

Cons

Long hours fast rotation tough work

Good pay pension benefits and lots of other perks

May 2, 2022

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July 15, 2021

Does Procter & Gamble offer a wellness program?

Pros

The calibre of P&G employees is high. At previous companies, I was viewed as a high-flier and offered support for an MBA. At P&G, I felt like everyone was a high-flier which really kept me on my toes for two decades. Always trying to raise my game was hard but an amazing opportunity for continual growth. P&G really looks after its employees with great benefits and it addresses topical issues such as mental health, diversity and inclusivity with company-wide training and support. Their products are well-known and most people know the company or use the brand so people will know of your employer and what they do. Salaries are reasonably generous, although deliberately never the best. Ongoing development of staff is embedded in the company culture and the training provided is usually internal, but of a very high standard. You will be constantly pushed to learn more because the goalposts keep moving and you can't afford to stand still.

Cons

P&G has one goal which is to keep getting bigger whilst keeping Wall Street happy. This makes it hard for leadership to take courageous decisions. For many years, I was one of the internal voices challenging our sustainability strategies and the footprint of the products but was told that there's not enough consumer demand to deliver greener options. Years went by and finally it was "the right thing" to do (It has always been the right thing to do) and they have taken major steps to improve their sustainability stories. Great but very late. In part, this appeared to be driven by changing stories from their competitors and P&G could have taken these steps much earlier. The higher up you get, the less influence you have over career direction and work-life balance. My one-up and two-up managers were very clear that they had little say over the next location they would be sent to and even the role that they would have to accept because they would be placed wherever there was a business need. They role-modelled working very late over the weekend rather than spending time with their children and this is what convinced me to leave rather than try to move up. In recent years, P&G has recognised that they can learn a lot from external experts and has brought in external trainers for industry-accredited courses which is bringing new insights to a previously inward-looking team. This is a huge improvement.

Advice to Management

Ignore Wall Street and simply "Do the right thing" consistently. If you make brave choices for the right reasons, many more consumers than you think will follow you. You have an amazing team of people.

P&G really looks after its employees with great benefits and it addresses topical issues such as mental health, diversity and inclusivity with company

July 15, 2021

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March 30, 2020

Does Procter & Gamble offer life insurance?

Pros

great family-oriented people and flexibility to WFH

Cons

low pay but great insurance benefits

low pay but great insurance benefits

March 30, 2020

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