Line Worker (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – 3 March 2016
my experience here was great, the management was great, employees were nice and friendly. this company did not discriminate against any culture from working there, that was nice to see. the hours were good at the time , the wage was ok at the time. the work was not strenuous in any way, any strenuous work for females was done by the males.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Belleville, ON – 22 January 2016
I found That working with this company was a perfect fit for what my needs and job expectations were. Would definitely welcome the opportunity to work for them on a full time basis not through a temp agency.
Tax Accountant (Current Employee) – Philippines – 27 December 2015
Training at P&G is world-class. Teaches employee to be flexible and have a sense of ownership in its work.The culture of P&G is one of the best qualities that they are very proud of. And really, no company would be of second best in that area.
Line Technician (Current Employee) – Brockville, Ontario – 16 October 2015
Procter and Gamble's site culture is second to none. Caring for others, following and improving standards, finding and fixing defects, solving issues to a root cause and delivering results with a sense of urgency.
fixing machines mishaps (Former Employee) – Brockville, ON – 25 June 2015
I worked with career services at P &G. I got to learn all different characters of my co-workers and how to get along. hardest part was counting all the dusters sheets by hand to make sure the right number was in the box.
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Brockville, ON – 1 April 2015
It was s great place to work. Learned how to operate machines clean and take care of them. They are in formed. Great! Leaving at the end of the term. Meeting new people, learning quailtyand seeing the finished product.
productive secure place to work with extremely long hours for the physical pace required
Technician (Current Employee) – Belleville, ON – 1 March 2015
the hardest part about my job is the 12.5 hr expectation for the continental rotation shifts. Breaks are not always implemented regularly based on the problems the arise. With the physical nature of my job spaced out breaks would be beneficial.
Easy work, decent wages and a safe workplace inviorment.
Warehouse, and Recycle Driver (Former Employee) – Brockville, ON – 25 February 2015
A typical day at work would start off with a 30 minute team meeting explaining any unusual activities going on in our area of work ( IE. construction). Followed by a vehicle safety cheek lists. Then the day would involve driving to each production line to remove any and all recyclable materials, loading recycled materials into transport trucks for transportation and unloading / loading any dangerous good coming in and or out of the plant. Employees are also responsible for keeping up with any online training that the plant provides and to find and fix any defects throughout there area of work on a shiftily bases.
Safe, clean, comfortable break areas, in house fitness centre, easy work, staff appreciation every six months
12 hour rotating shift work, hard to have personal life outside of the workplace, no standardization during training, No training time with coaches, Contry clue atmosphere, no chance for temporary staff to advance, No job security for temp staff