Pros: change of assignement every 2 years, lot of travels, offsites, constant trainings
Cons: diploma policy, your job is your life
Great company to work for especially at the beginning of your career because you learn everything from the bottom line and if you have the right diplomas, you can pretend to a great evolution in the company. During your all career in P&G, you will be offered monthly trainings, and you can choose as well to subscribe to free trainings that you are interested – more... in or to go listen to inspirational speakers. You have a multitude of choices to grow your capabilities and to be inspired.
P&G offers a lot of benefit for its employees to feel at ease, to feel good within the company and to "own" the company as it is theirs. But it comes to a price, the price of putting the company at the 1st place in your life, to work hard and never count your extra hours because there will for sure be plenty of them.
An important Con however is the "papers" policy. You don't have a lot of chances to evolve in the company if you don't have the right diplomas. They have a list of diplomas that they recognize and the ones they don't, even if in another country it is considered like a top diploma. – less