Procter & Gamble Employee Reviews about "good benefits"
82% would recommend to a friend
(1043 total reviews)
Jon R. Moeller
89% approve of CEO
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Middle East Consultants
6 months ago
Procter & Gamble
Hey friends! I am a senior student at a target school in UAE. I’m trying to get into consulting as a fresh graduate. I’ve kept a high gpa and have done internships with big 4, FS startups, banks and I’m doing a finance internship with Procter & Gamble. I want to do consulting so bad that I even started a consulting club in my university haha. Any advice on how I could break through by the end of my senior year? Any pointers would be appreciated!!
Googlers & Xooglers
a year ago
Procter & Gamble
I start at Google next week. I know there's no company dress code. How on average do people dress. For example, the standard dress at P&G for men would be khaki pants and button up long sleeve dress shirt. Rarely will you see a person wearing a t-shirt or suit.
2 years ago
Procter & Gamble
Amazon career essentials assessment (ACE) tips? Just got contacted to take 1st step for a Program Mgr role within Amazon Freight from a referral. What should I expect? Should I study? P&G has an assessment test as well, and it wasn’t fun
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- "People are great and friendly and it's easy to make friends if you are moving there as the majority of people are not from Cincinnati" (in 1032 reviews)
- "Good benefits and progression if you are able to get the right connections ans sponsors." (in 896 reviews)
- "great culture and flexibility and care" (in 554 reviews)
- "Salaries are good for an average person in Pakistan and rotation is a plus for people who want growth." (in 516 reviews)
- "Good pay & extralegal" (in 473 reviews)
- "Doesn’t care about its employees’ mental health and there’s no work life balance." (in 577 reviews)
- "bad management and politics" (in 251 reviews)
- "A good manager helps you progress but a bad manager can totally ruin your career" (in 248 reviews)
- "long hours and some over time" (in 181 reviews)
- "> can lead to extended working hours" (in 133 reviews)
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- 3.0Aug 22, 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
It pays well and there is always a lot of room to get promoted and move up in the company. Chances are that you will get to travel and see a good portion of the United States and the world. The benefits are good and the product giveaways are convenient.
It is extremely corporate, and there is not a lot of room for individualism or creativity. Problems need to be solved the "P&G way." Some of the people are also very stubborn when given advice on how to solve a problem, thinking that their way is always the best way. The hours are very long as well, especially if you work in a plant.3
- 4.0Jun 24, 2023Senior IT EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsCincinnati, OH
Good benefit Easy to move around within the company Allows remote or hybrid workers Ok pay if you are in Tech
Big corporation with complex work processes and some politicking needs to speed up its pace of innovation
- 4.0Jun 1, 2015Analytical ChemistCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsCayey, PR
Great organisation. Health insurance and others benefits very good.
A lot of bureaucracy for a change.1
- 4.0Sep 10, 2008Anonymous EmployeeFormer EmployeeCincinnati, OH
Good people and a decent pay. Fun to work in consumer goods. Everyone gets to see your products, its easy to explain what you do. Benefits are best of all my friends Get good stuff in the store for very little work. Co-workers are generally very competent.
Long hours make personal life tough. I find myself working from home a lot. I also have to travel quite a bit between all the buildings in the area with no compensation. The other benefits are very good but gas is going up quickly. Some of the managers are very beauracratic and sometimes get lost looking high level.1
- 3.0Dec 27, 2021Data AnalystFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsSan Jose, San Jose
Stability Transportation Some Good Benefits and Resources
Overworking but refusing to hire more people No Overtime Pay Management is Incompetent Promotions are not within the department1
- 3.0Aug 14, 2021Plant TechnicianCurrent EmployeeTablers Station, WV
Lot of down time ok job nice good place to work and all perks and benefits
Stupid rapid rotation shift sucks make you work day and night in one week b1
- 3.0Jan 26, 2023ProcurementFormer Employee, more than 8 yearsLisbon, Lisbon District
Good benefits and progression if you are able to get the right connections ans sponsors.
If you get in the wrong door it´s difficult to progress. There´s still somewhat of a toxic ambience regarding progression, lack of gender and race representation.
- 4.0Jun 5, 2022DirectorCurrent Employee
•Extremely smart and friendly people •The company takes ethics/its values seriously and it is showcased every day with a good moral compass •Challenging but great projects to work on (and great brands to work on)!
•The org structure is absolutely terrible and it is impossible to get things done without going through many levels of alignment •Compensation is not competitive (even if HR thinks it is) versus other industries and even within CPG. The turnover is directly tied to how bad compensation is and I’m not sure what it will take for the company to realize people will leave if they’re not paid appropriate. Saying “Because we’re P&G and the best” is not good enough to justify bad comp/bonus/benefits.
- 4.0Nov 17, 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Great Company and management. Convenient location and good work core work hours of 9-5 allow for excellent Company benefits are reasonably priced and overall it is a good benefits package'
Very tight budgets; lots of interuptions by upper management. "People tend to leave when there is no room to move up and to experience career growth"