"Good company. Good pay. Nice area."
"I’ve worked at PG since the take over from 3PL to A PG ran facility. The company has around 500 total people that work in the facility. The hours are rough. Manager swap between days and nights each week and do about a 12-14 hour shift a day."
"I've worked for Procter and Gamble for 22 years. The company has strong principles that I have enjoyed working under for my career. I have had great opportunities to do challenging work, have had great managers, and overall believe that I have been compensated fairly. As with any larger company, there are politics that frequently get in the way, but in general the company is full of good people, and you just need to avoid the not so good ones."
"Good to work where we can implement our skills"
"I enjoyed my time at SeeMe Beauty. They're a tenacious start up with a bright future in front of them. While they only launched in July 2019, they've hit many milestones relative to their stage of growth and are on a strong trajectory."
"great company.The values of the company is inline with my valid\ues and believes"
"Overall great company to work for, good people, benefits and development opportunities. However recently given lagging company performance, the culture has changed and very much depends on function/team you are on."
"I've worked with P&G for a little more than a year. Although they have a storied past, their culture and ways of working do not adapt well for digital age processes and thinking. They're a group of project managers dictating agencies on things to build without recourse for how it's being done."
"I have worked at P&G for 5 years. They are a good company to work for with good benefits and amazing work-life balance. Some of the cons are they are slow-moving, and decisions are only made at upper-level management."
"Good salary and important work. Can be stressful, but overall good work life balance."
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