Current and former employees report that Procter & Gamble provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘It's standard. It would be cool if we got more time off.’
‘2 months paternity for dad, 3.5 months maternity for mom’
They provide good 401k, the tuition reimbursement is mediocre.
It is a Good company
Really good benefit package including health, dental, vision, 401k, generous vacation and sick days.
Great parental leave and other benefits.
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Great work environment, challenging and well structured projects and resources to learn about the plant
Great health, dental, vacation and 401 K
Profit sharing is the best
Employees have to pay a portion of medical/dentist/vision insurance (upwards of $100/month). Most large companies these days cover 100% of these benefits. 401 k match not offered. Stock options take 5 years to vest.
Solid benefits package... capability to purchase additional vacation time off and 8 weeks of paternity leave.
Affordable health care with good coverage.