Even more great benefits like paid leave to spend time volunteering with a charity of your own choice. Health & wellbeing program including monthly massages & weekly Pilates classes.
Best thing is working on interesting brands. Generally attracts talented people. At the same time, there is a culture of 'managing up' so those that flatter management, and appear to be working get promoted rather than those who really make a big contribution. Also the most bureaucratic company I ever worked at
salary is just average but super % is generous. No commission or bonus if you are not Band 3 or above.
Nothing. They are very generous
Salary is below market and increases are within a tight range. Work from home, free car parking on-site and product allowance are good benefits. Where P&G excels is in the training and development of employees. Opportunities to change roles every few years, frequent formal training and sending employees to Singapore for training common. Managers are measured on Organisational Development.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.