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Anonymous shared this review of Procter & Gamble, United States on Apr 30th, 2020
"Maximize the paternity, fertility, vacation benefits but know that to progress and be seen as a top rated employee long hours are required and little flexibility culturally will be tolerated. They have equality based flex policies however much of the current leadership is unwilling to embrace new ways of getting work done. "
Anonymous shared this review of Procter & Gamble on Oct 5th, 2018
"I’ve been working at GNation for 5 weeks. Everyone – from an HR specialist to my department’s boss – seem to be real experts at what they are doing. "
Anonymous shared this review of Procter & Gamble on Jun 15th, 2018
"Take your time when deciding what business, function, and role you go into. There are female heavy departments and male heavy departments and the culture is drastically different."
Anonymous shared this review of Procter & Gamble on Jun 1st, 2018
"There is a lot of support, at least in Cincinnati, for working women and mom's. P&G provides excellent flexibility and when I come to work I am able to bring my full self. "
Anonymous shared this review of Procter & Gamble on Mar 28th, 2018
"Like all large companies there are gender imbalances to manage. But when they occur, there is a great process and system for navigating them. As a whole P&G really does try to walk the talk"
Anonymous shared this review of Procter & Gamble on Mar 27th, 2018
"Great place to work for women - compensation and benefits meet my expectations!"
Anonymous shared this review of Procter & Gamble on Feb 28th, 2018
"P&G is a great place for women, with flexibility and excellent policies in place. "
Anonymous shared this review of Procter & Gamble on Jun 5th, 2017
"Overall good place to work. Need more women with a family in leadership positions"
Anonymous shared this review of Procter & Gamble on Jan 19th, 2017
"Once again, it would be dependent on what position/function she wanted to work in."
Anonymous shared this review of Procter & Gamble on Apr 3rd, 2016
"They make an effort to keep things balanced. There are plenty of women's groups and support. "
Anonymous shared this review of Procter & Gamble on Mar 25th, 2016
"Some locations offer more work flexibility options than others based upon the type of work. "
"Women were treated fairly, but overall work conditions vary greatly by manager."
"I was there for a decade and found the company to be very flexible to working moms, allowing paid maternity leave, flexible working arrangements, work from home becoming standard, etc.. My bigger issue would be the culture/style feels much more male-oriented (i.e. aggressiveness, competitiveness, boastfulness especially around performance reviews/getting visibility, etc.) vs. female-driven, so often females who did not embody those stereotypically "male" traits would find it difficult to succeed."
"I have worked here for 14 years. It is an excellent place for women. The problem is not the gender equality but the speed of promotion. There are many rules and regulations that stop a stellar performer from reaching higher levels. Net, it is very good place for the good people but not the place for great people (no matter how great you are, the rules apply to everyone). It is also not a good place for people with entrepreneurial style. P&G is great but big and slow. I had to learn how to operate within this environment and still get things done but frankly after 15 years some days is tiresome. Equality wise, it is a great place that support women and offers equal opportunities to everyone."