Procter & Gamble FAQ

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39 English questions out of 39

5 October 2020

What is health insurance like at Procter & Gamble?

Pros

Even though its a big company, their core principles make the workplace to be an excellent place to develop ourselves in both professionally and personally. Health insurance, lots of benefits, good payment. Very nice people.

Cons

In some cases, due to the company size, its dificult to go as fast as we would like. Depending on the role and position, we might find some bureaucracy.

Health insurance, lots of benefits, good payment.

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27 June 2018

Does Procter & Gamble offer sponsored degrees?

Pros

Competitive pay, great flex/work benefits. If you're laid off like I was they give generous packages and treat you ethically and with compassion. If your immediate manager is good you'll like your job. They encourage life long continuing education and have a generous tuition reimbursement plan.

Cons

Job security is nil and there is little doubt that it's all about the money when it comes to working big business and the employees are merely numbers. Decision making is slow as molasses due to needing to have so many people align to any decision. If you don't get along with your immediate manager or 2-up manager your ratings will suffer as politics are thick and ratings forced bell curve subjective. Contractors are occasionally treated like 2nd class citizens but if you're headcount it's not a bad gig.

Advice to Management

Nix the forced bell curve performance rating system as it destroys communications and information sharing and isn't great for morale. Stop relying on long term contractors and hire the people you are using year after year - if the work is there and is needed to be done you should respect the folks doing it and bring them onboard.

They encourage life long continuing education and have a generous tuition reimbursement plan.

27 June 2018

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25 November 2018

Does Procter & Gamble offer housing assistance?

Pros

Good benefits, housing, sales etc

Cons

Low decision making process over all

Good benefits, housing, sales etc

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28 March 2019

What is the retirement plan like at Procter & Gamble?

Pros

Hard to get fired Good diversity groups Plants are in terrible locations

Cons

Compensation is not as good as other places: - Base salary not too competitive - No 401k Match - Stocks take five years to vest; if you leave before then you don't get any

Advice to Management

Integrate R&D, Engineering, and Manufacturing much better.

- No 401k Match

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25 November 2018

Does Procter & Gamble offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Excellent Benefits and relocation package

Cons

There are none if its your first job right out of the University

Excellent Benefits and relocation package

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