Procter & Gamble FAQ

Have questions about working at Procter & Gamble? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Procter & Gamble.

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65 English questions out of 65

3 October 2020

Does Procter & Gamble offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Many career options, diversity respect, good benefits package

Cons

Nothing to add as a Con.

Many career options, diversity respect, good benefits package

3 October 2020

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7 August 2019

Does Procter & Gamble offer massages?

Pros

Nice perks including free coffee, tea, fruits, and cakes. Steady Salary growth Safe work environment Agile team space Constant professional Growth Diverse teams

Cons

I felt a little old style of management in Senior Management behaviour, where women have to FIGHT to get there. Talent retention on the first level is quite low, so people change all the time

Nice perks including free coffee, tea, fruits, and cakes.

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16 August 2021

Does Procter & Gamble offer dental insurance?

Pros

Good Pay, Great work life balance, Respect for employees at all levels, Great Medical and Dental benefits. Good room for advancement opportunities rewarded well.

Cons

Engineering degrees weigh more than any other degree - and most often the engineer does not contribute as much to the company. Company is very competitive and has great solid market growth.

Advice to Management

Recognize people for work well done, not for the title they chose on their piece of paper - see the contribution, not just the flashy title.

Good Pay, Great work life balance, Respect for employees at all levels, Great Medical and Dental benefits.

16 August 2021

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10 July 2019

Does Procter & Gamble offer parental leave?

Pros

good benefits, good culture and atmosphere, work from home 50% of the time, personal growth and development, and management that is invested in your future.

Cons

Tough to move into management once employed as "entry level", very competitive, salary is basic to begin with, but raises are fair and based on level of work.

good benefits, good culture and atmosphere, work from home 50% of the time, personal growth and development, and management that is invested in your future.

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27 November 2020

Does Procter & Gamble have a pension plan?

Pros

Great package and pension scheme, multiple career opportunities, extensive sustainability program

Cons

Too conservative, paid lip service to but didn’t honestly reward or encourage individual creativity or outside the box thinking and behaviour , too hierarchical

Advice to Management

Be less hierarchical and don’t reward « yes men »

Great package and pension scheme, multiple career opportunities, extensive sustainability program

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