Lab Technician (Current Employee), Cincinnati, OH – December 18, 2014
Too much of a caste mentality toward contractors, but the work can be enjoyable. The schedule is fairly flexible. Some people are very nice, but you are always reminded that you're an irrelevant contractor.
Marketing (Former Employee), Cincinatti – December 17, 2014
It can be fun and the company takes care of its employees. But it is too large and filled with redundant roles. Hard to get anything done. Also, very political. But if you're willing to play the game, it can be a good place to be.
Tank Farm Manager Procter & Gamble (Former Employee), 30 burt rd Andover, ma – December 17, 2014
Pros: free coffee
Cons: missed breaks, no caferteria, no help
Typical day would have no breaks and sometimes working thru lunch. If you took your breaks or lunch you would be frowned upon. Many working lunches as they would say. Just not enough people to do all the work that needed to be done
Reach/Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Moreno Valley, CA – December 15, 2014
Pros: i got to do what i'm good.
Cons: supervisors, forklifts used
Typical days starts with our signing out of forklifts. Easy enough, however the lifts we were using, albeit new, were uncomfortable and hurt my wrists. I left not wanting to prolong any medical conditions due to the forklifts. Supervisors were less than amiable given their position. I did enjoy it however. Aside from the obvious onus, I think the job – more... had a lot to offer. – less
Package Handler/Sorter (Former Employee), Lima, OH – December 10, 2014
Pros: decent break times
Cons: the management
A typical day at work was average and I learned how to cope with different people. The management people were kind of rude, but the co workers were decent. The hardest part of the job was the labor but I enjoyed the people I worked with.
Sr. Consultant (Current Employee), Mason, oh – December 10, 2014
Good environment to work, great management, Flexible office hours, Multiple office locations, remote work allowed, clients are dispersed in different locations so most of the meetings are held on web conference
Service Center Indirect Tax Manager (Current Employee), Newcastle upon Tyne – December 10, 2014
Working at P&G gives you an outstanding opportunity to learn and grow in international, challenging but at the same time changing environment. The work is changing every day so you can not be never bored. P&G has many very good people, deep capability and well-embedded values and principles coming from the promote-from-within policy. It makes a positive – more... effort to be flexible re work-life balance and has reasonable salary and benefits. – less
Production Line (Former Employee), St. Louis, MO – December 7, 2014
Daily I was responsible for ensuring the products were being sealed and produced properly. I learned to have a fast eye for damaged or incorrect products. I enjoyed this job because it taught me how to adapt to fast pace environments.
admin assistant (Current Employee), egypt – December 7, 2014
Pros: free luch, transportation allowance, good medical
Cons: no cons
one of the best places i worked in but sometime you have to change what you are in to grow and face more.I learned alot i learned how to work under stress & load. the management is very good. the thing that there is no long path for ADMIN and i want to grow and build my career path
Accounts Payable Specialist (Former Employee), San José, SJ – December 4, 2014
• Improved scorecard performance. • Learned to use SAP in the best way. • Resolved collection and invoice discrepancy matters for all North America. • Prepared and controlled weekly invoices scorecard for the department.