Duracell – Bethel, CT
Duracell: Account Executive Bethel, CT Come join the formation of the new Duracell Company and create a new… Job Board
Duracell – Bethel, CT
Duracell: Senior Account Executive Bethel, CT Come join the formation of the new Duracell Company and create… Job Board
Procter & Gamble – Hunt Valley, MD
This is a unique role that will allow you to partner internally with the brand team and externally with the customer teams. You will have the… ClickCast
Procter & Gamble – Austria
Our Sales team plays a pivotal role in thedevelopment of our business; working across every area, while leading the businesspartnership with our… CareerArc
Procter & Gamble – Toronto
The CAE-MS&P is the Canadian sales manager reporting directly to the commercial executive for P&G Personal Health Care. The role is national… Procter & Gamble
Procter & Gamble – Australia
skills, and joint value creation. Our focus is to develop your ability to grow P&G business with customers and your leadership skills to maximise… Procter & Gamble
P&G Western Europe – Australia
skills, and joint value creation. Our focus is to develop your ability to grow P&G business with customers and your leadership skills to maximise… P&G Western Europe
P&G Western Europe – Hunt Valley, MD
Note: This role is specific to COVERGIRL. Due to P&G’s announcement of intent to merge the COVERGIRL business with Coty, upon closing, it is expected… P&G Western Europe
P&G Western Europe – United States
A career in Sales offers you the opportunity to strategically partner with our customers to develop and lead joint value for both companies. In… P&G Western Europe
Great pay and solid benefits for the work. Tons of opportunity for someone who's ambitious to direct their career path.
The bureaucracy and the constantly changing policies are challenging. Leadership is expected to change roles every three years, so if you have a great manager or terrible one, either way their gone soon enough.
Advice to Management
Current system for technician promotion to management is broken. It's destroying people lives and careers, and ultimately costing the company money. I've seen a half a dozen qualified individuals who were performing at a management level and excelling. They had no way to take that next step without a physical relocation. Some got frustrated and left the company. Some scaled down their performance and gave up on growing the business. Others moved for the company to get a promotion and the strain on their families resulted in divorce and a broken home within a couple years. We stand to benefit incredibly from promotion to management within location, where people have a support system to help them succeed. Though our policy actually allows PTM without a relocation, our management at a plant level refuses to acknowledge it as an option.