P&G Employees want to be proud of their organisation. Working at a company that is a positive influence on the world is an important factor in determining the kind of company people want to work for. It also influences retention rate, as employees are more likely to look for alternatives when they feel a company does not positively contribute to society.
Around one quarter of employees worldwide are extremely proud of their company. Whilst a significant proportion of the global workforce is positive, businesses should be wary that employees' belief that their organisation is a good organisation to work for has – over the last two years – become less positive.
Employee opinion varies per region. As many as one third of employees in Africa are extremely proud of the organisation, whereas as little as 18% feel the same in Asia. Workers in both the Americas are prouder than the global average. Specifically, 35% of North American employees state they are immensely proud of their company. Bunched together, Europe and Oceania are closest to the global average.
It was a great experience working in P&G.
CI-8.0 & CI- Sachet were massive & state of the art projects.
During the project tenure, we made history by installing MLs in just 22:45 hrs which become the world record.
Manganent & Staff is too professional & Technical. The salient & Prime feature of P&G operations along with quality is Safety. During the project tenure everyone witnessed the huge safe men hours. No accident accured during whole project.
Great place for fresh diploma holders. P&G like a college atmosphere you can learn freely from your mistakes no one would hold you. When I was joined the company I really enjoyed working with great organization.
Procter & Gamble is one of the leading FMCG industry in the world and provides high level of consumer goods to the maximum quality satisfaction level, for new graduates this is the best school to take hands on skills and prove themselves on the field without any fear, highest level of job satisfaction.
P&G is a great learning place for any individual no matter what position he or she is hired for. It allows good work life balance. P&G overall has a good culture where everyone supports each other in building capability. The hard part is working in shift duties but the facilities given makes it rather easier for the people to be up for the task at any given day.
I was appointed by the employees at PNG as an Arabic Language instructor to conduct a 3 month program for them. It was a great experience. I would typically start my sessions with a brief recap of what I would have had delivered in previous ones.
All sessions would be interactive and based on conversation in Arabic. I learnt how to manage and assign tasks to a healthy group of 30 plus students who were all professionals belonging to different departments of a world renowned multinational organization.
The workplace culture was very professional and organized.
Sometimes there would be some absentees and drop-outs who could not make it on time or continue due to work commitments. That posed quite a challenge in the sense that I would have to keep adjusting the course delivery pace and apply reinforcement methods in various frequencies so as to maximize the benefit each individual received from those sessions.
The most enjoyable part of the job was helping the students cope with their weak areas as that would keep them more engaged and provide learning opportunities for others too,
No Doubt P&G is big name with lots of products. I had an awesome experience of work over there. How to do field work, how to interact people confidently i seek over there. Feel proud to worked with P&G.
It was a great place to work and the work-life balanced was the highlight of the work environment. The company provided professional development to employees which was also a huge plus because it provided much needed training for the staff.
Sometimes additional travelling was required beyond workload.