They used to mentor, pay for education at top business schools, you get the P&G pedigree, work hours are not long, contractors do most of the heavy lifting, you are mainly there to provide leadership, not do grunt work
After assistant brand manager, it is mainly up or out. Many postings are to remote corners of the world, which may require either years long parting from the family or your spouse to give up his or her career. Lately with the shedding of the brands, its like layoffs all the time, without the actual layoffs occurring at P&G, those are taken care of by those purchasing the brands.
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No one at P&G is ever going to read this, so what is there to say.
The process took 8+ weeks. I interviewed at Procter & Gamble.
Negative experience with unrelated questions. Have rushed me to interview marking me feel that there was a serious interest, causing me being late for work. I never felt such tension and just interviewing out of paper. No HR knowledge whatsoever, nothing about accomplishment in terms of sales revenue but strictly following some bullets points. You can't appropriately evaluate the persons skills sets. Ironically I sold houses, luxury items in the past but according the to the interviewer I can't sell cleaning products. What a joke