- Current Intern, less than 1 year★★★★★
Loved my Experience and projects!!!!Mar 28, 2023 - Internship in Andover, MARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
I had an incredible experience at my internship. I'm very thankful i had an experience there because they gave me real projects!The projects gave me valuable experiences and helped me understand the manufacturing industry. IN addition to that, unlike other manufacturing plants P&G offers, Andover is in the Boston metropolitan area so if you would like to live closer to the city, it is possible. The diversity at this plant is also very unique. Something you won't find in many places.
There is no cafeteria or place where you can buy lunch in the plant.
Other Employee Reviews
- Current Employee, more than 10 years★★★★★
Great company to work forJun 4, 2023 - Strategic Sourcing Manager in Cincinnati, OHRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
A company with great culture and solid PVPs
As a manager long hours of work are required
- Current Employee★★★★★
Just dissappointingMar 21, 2023 - Senior ManagerRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
The people are really outstanding, you can make lasting relationships with good, intelligent people. There is also a lot of autonomy in scheduling (although you end up having to work around other people and plant schedules a lot) but aside from that you can work the hours that you want to
Pretty much everything else was a con.... The culture is extremely reactive, very little preventative work done and when a problem takes place ITS EXTREMELY URGENT and you're expected to drop everything right then and there. Very poor work/life balance and non-existent boundaries, meaning that your cell phone will be your work phone and you can expect to be called at all hours and on your vacation. Lots of travel expected (to horrible locations in horrible states). All of that in exchange for working at what you expect to be a state of the art company with amazing benefits, neither of which are true. There's hardly any perks to working here; the technology, people, and systems are absolutely archaic. It felt like working in a 3rd world county or the 1960's a lot of the time. Lastly, there seems to be no middle ground in employee satisfaction, meaning that employees are either 1) completely miserable or 2) have a cult mindset where they believe P&G is better than anywhere else in the world despite never having worked elsewhere in their lives.Continue reading