We crowdsource Procter & Gamble's maternity, paternity and parental leave policies, based on Procter & Gamble's employee reviews and anonymous tips from Procter & Gamble employees.
Procter & Gamble Maternity and Paternity Leave Policies
Procter & Gamble offers 16 weeks of paid maternity leave, 52 weeks of unpaid maternity leave and 4 weeks of paid paternity leave. This information is based on anonymous tips submitted by employees.
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Maternity Leaves Taken at Procter & Gamble
- 8 weeks paid
- 16 weeks unpaid
Procter & Gamble Maternity Leave Comments
- "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." - Lady wolverine
- "Procter & Gamble has been known to offer freelance and part-time job opportunities in the past." - Anonymous
- "If the nature of your work is conducive, your performance is strong, and the arrangement fits within the needs of the business and organization employees may be eligible to work from home a designated % of time each week." - Anonymous
- "We encourage employees and their managers to focus on personalized flexibility. Provides an employee alternative methods of organizing work time across the week to meet both business and personal needs. Flex Scheduling provides an option to vary the numbe" - Anonymous
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