Procter & Gamble Reviews

Updated May 11, 2021

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4.2
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Procter & Gamble Chairman, President and CEO David S. Taylor
David S. Taylor
2,299 Ratings
Pros
  • "Great people to have as mentors(in 344 reviews)

  • "Nice work environment, continuous learning(in 333 reviews)

  • Cons
  • "slow decision making pace, high communication cost(in 390 reviews)

  • "Always on call and long hours when needed(in 158 reviews)

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    1. 5.0
      Current Employee, less than 1 year
      Featured Review

      Great company

      Dec 10, 2020 - Plant Technician in Oxnard, CA
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Excellent benefits, great work environment with emphasis on safety.

      Cons

      Must be willing to work twelve hours shifts on a rotating schedule of days and nights

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    2. 5.0
      Current Employee, more than 3 years

      Amazing company

      May 11, 2021 - Senior Scientist 
      Recommend
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      Pros

      good benefit, amazing culture, room to grow

      Cons

      rapid changes happening all the time like change of managers in R&D

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    3. 3.0
      Current Employee, more than 3 years

      Ultra-Collaborative Culture to the Point of being Counterproductive

      Apr 28, 2021 - Senior Account Executive in Boise, ID
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Emphasis on Career Desires, Product Innovation, Perception (Image) Management, Marketing

      Cons

      Minimal Accountability starting with Leadership, Lack of True Talent Assessment (culture is based around managing your Image internally allowing low-performers to "Fake it until you make it"), Zero Prioritization (employees across all functions and levels get VERY wrapped up in worrying about word-smithing, semantics, and miniscule opportunities rather. This goes back to accountability. P&G puts 80% of effort into 20% opportunities while the 80% opportunities only get 20% focus.)

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