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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…
B2B sales, growing sales and growth in a retail channel.
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
I felt that I was in an environment that challenged me, but also allowed me to show my truest identity. I knew I was being hired for me, not my words.
Describe a time in which you used mastery to achieve an organisational goal. Name a task in which you used data to achieve an organisational goal
I work long hours, but this isn't expected. P&G rate output not 'facetime' as the important driver for success. I rated this a 10 because of our policy which allows working from home and no set work hours.
Pay is in line with market expectations, benefits are very generous.
Office dry cleaning, moving expenses, complimentary company products.
The managers are not good mentors. There is a lack of good people managers.
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.
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).
Employees have the chance to take part in regeneration projects led by Habitat for Humanity
Great office, particularly the hot-desking and kitchen. Kitchen has plenty of cereals, fresh milk, bread, spreads and fruit for breakfast. There's also blenders to make smoothies (with all ingredients readily available). Not a fan of the location - I'd prefer to be in the city because public transport becomes easier (more frequent buses) and Friday nights in the city are better. However, I occasionally drive to work and the company pays for parking. Dress code - smart casual. Casual Fridays every Friday.
By 2020 our company looks forward to convert 100 percent to renewable resources. Plus we are working to reduce the use of water in our manufacturing and also innovating our products so they can used with the minimal water usage.Join us to bookmark!
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