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Procter & Gamble Reviews
Reviews by Procter & Gamble graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.5GradAustralia surveyed 11 graduates working at Procter & Gamble. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 11 responses.
- Great resources, reputation, work perks, exposure to the global business world and huge learning curve
- Being industry leaders, opportunity to experience multiple areas of the business, incredible leadership, the people, trust and confidence in employees
- Great amount of autonomy, rapid career progression.
- Autonomy and the responsibility as a fresh graduate.
- Given full responsibility to make a difference from day one
- Company culture more suited to baby boomers.
- Have not found anything bad to comment yet.
- More training required in the very beginning of the role
- Speed - being a large company, sometimes getting things done can take longer than expected.
- Sticking to committed timelines. Lack of communication about forward plans.
What insiders say about…
Communicating with customers and internal staff.
Fantastic culture. Likeable team and very helpful and welcoming. After hours socials occur reasonably often and are great for getting to know the team. Colleagues work well together
Psychometric testing was fairly easy - certainly easier than KPMG, IBs etc. 1st round interview was easy again. 2nd round interview was challenging - the aim is to push you until you cannot answer or answer with great struggle.
Personality / situational based questions.
Reasonably flexible. It's not a 9-5. Average 10 hour days. Start and finish when you want just get your work done. I study after hours and the company is flexible around that.
Pay is pretty good, especially for FMCG. Superannuation is higher than the statutory minimum. No bonuses yet.
Opportunities to work overseas or in the regional headquarters in Singapore. Finance training is also overseas.
Fantastic mentors, very experienced great to work with.
Sales mastery program. Multiple workshops.
You can certainly rise through the ranks, but one key issue vs. some companies is that one has to wait for the person above to vacate that position. At another company I worked with ,, for example, if you're performance is good enough you'll be promoted irrespective of the number of people in the next band/level.
Womens network is a great way to connect with other women, we also support Mardi Gras.
P&G works closely with multiple non for profit organisations and supports causes all over the world. Every employee gets an opportunity to choose projects that attract them the most and are close to their values or what they care about.
Not a massive office but comfortable. Business casual. Suit jackets to client meetings but shirt and trousers while at work. No ties
Big emphasis - it's something that both the company and staff care about.Join us to bookmark!
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