FINANCE MANAGER (Former Employee), Guaynabo, PR – January 16, 2014
I loved the analytical and high-pressure mentality at P&G. I felt the vast majority of my co-workers were bright and energetic. P&G has very high expectations of its employees and it was a great environment to be in if you like excellence and challenges.
cfa staffing (Former Employee), Lima, OH – January 13, 2014
i would go into the job and load boxes off the trailer for 12 hours a day three to four days a week. You're on your feet all day, it takes all of your day. there are two shift morning and nights, four people on a truck working.
I loved my job with Procter and Gamble. My work was outsourced and that is the only reason I am not still there. There was always something different to do. I met some many wonderful people that I still stay in close contact with. My boss was great!
Various Positions (Former Employee), Cincinnati, OH – January 6, 2014
Cons: limited opportunities to advance without college education.
21 years at P&G enabled me to create a collection of experiences and lifetime friends. The culture of Work/Life Balance (work from home) was an added bonus and absolute treasured benefit. It enabled the ability to keep things in the proper perspective and balance at all times. The endless opportunities to learn and explore new roles/areas of the business – more... early on in my career fed the desire within to always be aware of new learnings, experiences and knowledge. – less
WHILE THIS COMPANY HAS THE CLOSEST THING TO JOB SECURITY IN TODAY'S TIMES THERE ARE A LOT OF SACRIFICES YOU MUST BE PREPARED TO GIVE FOR THIS SECURITY
PLANT TECHNICIAN (Current Employee), BROWN SUMMIT, NC – January 3, 2014
Cons: information overload and bureaucracy
YOUR DAY'S WORK CAN BE VERY REWARDING DUE TO THE LENGTHS THAT P&G GOES TO EDUCATE AND TRAIN YOU. AS LONG AS YOU ARE ABLE TO WARD OFF THE NAY SAYERS YOU STAND TO LEARN SOME INVALUABLE SKILLS FROM ALL ASPECTS OF MANUFACTURING, UNLIKE ANY PLACE I'VE EVER SEEN.
MANAGEMENT IN THIS ENVIRONMENT CAN BE SOMEWHAT OVER BEARING BUT WITH THE PROPER DISCRETION A – more... GOOD MANGER HOLDS THE KEY TO AN EXTREMELY REWARDING CAREER. THIS ENVIRONMENT IS NOT FOR THOSE WHO DON'T PLAN TO CONTRIBUTE IN ANY WAY POSSIBLE.
THE HARDEST PART OF THE JOB IS ADJUSTING TO THE TIDAL WAVE OF INFORMATION THAT IS THROWN AT YOU.
THE MOST REWARDING PART IS WHEN YOU'VE GIVEN YOUR BLOOD SWEAT AND TEARS AND LOOK BACK AT THE ROAD TRAVELED TO GET HERE. – less
A wonderful place to work at that will give you allot of work and you can learn new skills and move up within the company.
Service Tech (Former Employee), Hunt Valley, MD – December 27, 2013
Learned allot working at this job, you can move around in other positions within the company, you will have the time to socialize with customers and at times your own employees as you come to work together as a team.
I enjoy the people I work with and the companies commitment to its values
Dry Laundry Engineering Leader (Current Employee), Alexandria, LA – December 15, 2013
Great place to work. There is never a dull moment! Management is data driven but could help drive culture more actively. The hardest part of my job is ironically the most enjoyable part as well. The amount of responsibility and influence I wield can be sometimes challenging but they keep me motivated and valued.