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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 1006 reviews)
- "Good benefit Easy to move around within the company Allows remote or hybrid workers Ok pay if you are in Tech" (in 896 reviews)
- "great culture and flexibility and care" (in 569 reviews)
- "Salaries are good for an average person in Pakistan and rotation is a plus for people who want growth." (in 496 reviews)
- "Good pay & extralegal" (in 468 reviews)
- "Doesn’t care about its employees’ mental health and there’s no work life balance." (in 581 reviews)
- "A good manager helps you progress but a bad manager can totally ruin your career" (in 249 reviews)
- "bad management and politics" (in 247 reviews)
- "Expect to work long hours (50+) without any overtime pay (your colleagues will receive overtime pay)" (in 183 reviews)
- "Too many employees thus career progression will be slow and time based" (in 133 reviews)
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- 5.0Aug 30, 2023Brand Management InternCurrent Intern, less than 1 yearCiudad de Mexico
From day one, I've been immersed in an environment that fosters personal and professional growth in a unique way. One of the main reasons I highly value my time at P&G is the incredible learning opportunity it provides. The company is truly committed to nurturing employees' skills and knowledge. Training resources are abundant and tailored to individual developmental needs. Whether through online courses, on-the-job training, or mentoring programs, there's always a chance to learn something new and relevant. This dedication to continuous learning has not only allowed me to thrive in my current role but has also equipped me with the tools to advance in my long-term career. Beyond the focus on development, the work environment at P&G is truly exceptional. From the outset, I felt welcomed by my colleagues and superiors, who exhibited a supportive and collaborative attitude. The work culture encourages open communication and constructive feedback, creating an environment where everyone feels valued and empowered. Initiatives to promote diversity and inclusion are also evident in all aspects of the company. My time at Procter & Gamble has been nothing short of inspiring. The emphasis on learning and the positive work atmosphere make it a standout organization for anyone seeking growth and fulfillment in their career.
One notable aspect is the level of responsibility associated with the roles. While it's certainly a great opportunity for growth, it's important to be aware that the responsibilities can be quite demanding. The nature of the work often requires a high level of dedication and commitment, which might not be suitable for everyone, especially those looking for a more relaxed work environment. Another consideration is the location of the office. Procter & Gamble offices are often located in specific regions, and this might pose a challenge for some employees. Commuting to the office could be time-consuming, especially for those who live far away from the office location. While some roles might offer flexibility in terms of remote work, it's essential to keep in mind the potential commute when considering a position at the company.
- 4.0Jan 13, 2021Senior Account ExecutiveCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsBoston, MA
P&G is a great company to start at with its ability to develop young leaders and provide highly competitive salary and benefits. Overall culture enables new people to learn quickly doing real work.
P&G is an old company that is pushing to be more progressive. With that, there are still processes/culture that resembles the 2000s.
- 5.0Jun 21, 2023Summer InternFormer Intern, less than 1 yearEgypt, AR
Innovation and Product Portfolio: P&G has a remarkable track record of delivering innovative and high-quality products across a wide range of consumer goods categories. From household cleaning products to personal care and beauty items, P&G consistently introduces products that meet customer needs and exceed expectations. Global Presence: With a strong global presence, P&G has successfully established itself as a leading player in multiple markets around the world. Their extensive distribution network ensures accessibility to their products, reaching consumers in both developed and emerging markets. Brand Reputation: P&G is renowned for its well-established and trusted brands. Consumers recognize and appreciate the quality and reliability associated with names like Tide, Pampers, Gillette, and Olay, among many others. This brand equity helps P&G maintain a loyal customer base. Commitment to Sustainability: P&G demonstrates a strong commitment to sustainability by actively pursuing environmentally friendly practices. From reducing waste and carbon emissions to promoting recycling initiatives, P&G aims to make a positive impact on the environment and communities where it operates.
Pricing: While P&G products are known for their quality, some customers may find them relatively more expensive compared to alternative brands. This pricing strategy can make them less accessible to price-sensitive consumers. Brand Overlap: With a vast portfolio of brands, there can be some overlap in product offerings. This can lead to confusion among consumers and dilution of brand identity in certain cases. Ensuring clear differentiation and positioning of each brand is crucial. Competition: P&G operates in highly competitive markets, facing stiff competition from both established and emerging players. Maintaining market share and staying ahead of competitors requires continuous innovation and agility.
- 5.0Mar 16, 2018Senior ScientistCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsCincinnati, OH
Great work / life balance, benefits, compensation and diversity. P&G employs top talent and nurtures a promote from within culture that allows employees to grow in their career interest and long term goals.
Decision making can be slow due to multi levels of leadership needed for decision. This is a known outage and P&G is trying to improve, but given the size of company / business it take time.1
- 2.0Sep 13, 2022Key Account Manager (KAM)Current Employee, more than 3 yearsLisbon, Lisbon District
- Stock Plan - Star Plan (Bonus at year-end introduced only in 2022)
Salary review doesn't take into account real-world phenomenons (War, pandemic, inflation) More responsibility does not mean more money (it may mean more stress but not paid for it) Senior Management doesn't like to be confronted with this topic and shut down conversation about it (a P&G Portugal very type of thing. You may not experience it at P&G UK or Italy or another place in the world).
- 5.0Aug 7, 2023Summer InternshipCurrent Intern
The P&G internship is very structured and gives the students skills that are applicable to full-time roles. The pay was very competitive (higher than commercial banking, comparable to tier 2 & tier 3 consulting). The culture is very diverse and welcoming.
No cons imo. The experience was great.
- 5.0Aug 25, 2021Software EngineerFormer InternCleveland, OH
Really great people work at P&G and I had fun and engaging products in computer science even though they're not a computer science company
Being one of the few computer science people in my section meant that I could pave the way which is really cool, on the other hand it meant I had less mentorship. But overall positive experience.
- 4.0Mar 22, 2021Key Account ManagerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsManila, Manila
Compensation packages is arguably the best in the industry - they make sure employees are well compensated, VERY generous with bonuses and benefits. Training and Development is a big priority - each employee has his/her own career plan. You will learn a LOT, and once you transfer to a different workplace, you will find everything easier because of all the stuff you've learned from P&G. Culture is good, not great - a lot of Gen Zs and Millenials, whom are always ready to offer their help to anyone in need, which makes it a very good fit for fresh grads. Although higher ups still has very traditional opinions and ways of thinking. Having P&G in your resume will almost always land you an interview for whatever you're applying for. Your experience in P&G will prove to be priceless in both personal and career development.
VERY long work hours and HEAVY workload - although they encourage you to stop working past office hours, you will have to force yourself to work due to the amount of workload you'll have. Be prepared to lose a lot of sleep, especially during presentations or business reviews. Prepare to work on weekends too, as well as answering a lot of calls from customers and partners. Career growth is VERY competitive to a fault - if you don't get noticed by higher ups, you will find it very hard to get a good evaluation. Favoritism is still very apparent. You are EXPECTED to be the cream of the crop. Right when you are hired, they expect you to stand out and be great. Meaning, failure will never be an option. Once you do, be prepared to make up for it by exceeding expectations by LOT, or else your future evaluations will always be affected by your past failures.7
- 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.