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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…
Interacting with customer, building customer plans, forecasting volume and budgets
Being in the Melbourne office, it is smaller, and thus there is a stronger culture and greater bond between employees.
Behavioural questions about leadership, teamwork, etc
Use specific data driven results and answer in CAR format
Company is very flexible, hours aren't monitored, just the output of work.
No bonuses. Pay is good for a grad but not the best for the level of work relative to industry standards. Although you do a role after 1-2 years that would normally take 5 years to get promoted to.
Management are very involved with graduates, they provide valuable time and coaching.
Good training opportunities, however most are based in Sydney. 70/20/10 is the rule adopted for learning. 70% on the job, 20% from manger feedback and 10% formal training
Plenty of opportunities for those who are prepared to work hard and perform well.
Very strong. The Sydney office is wonderfully multicultural. Big emphasis on an inclusive work environment.
Don't know what is done in Australia, but there are programs overseas (e.g. in the US).
Emphasis on sustainability and improving the living standards of those in developing nations.
It isn't located with nice views, but generally it is quite vibrant, with product samples and posters lying around. Dress code is smart casual.
Big emphasis - it's something that both the company and staff care about.Join us to bookmark!
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