Procter & Gamble Employee Reviews
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Have lived in Dorset for last 20 yrs and have had six job during that time and P&G are by far the best company I have worked for. Very professional In what they do. Management were 1st class people. The canteen facilities were top class.Only regret was was the 3 shift system. Not enough time to adjust to each shift. Should have been 1 shift for 2 weeks then move to next shift not every week change.
Too short a time on each shift.
Not a full time job, once your in they want you out ASAP. “Friends” of the bosses get the full shifts and never get cancelled.
Don’t work there!! It’s not a full time job. Management just stare and moan at you but don’t actually help you.The selected few get promoted but basically they want you in and out ASAP!!
Paid breaks (if you get them!!)
Everything & everyone else
P&G experience has been a home away from home, a Serene environment.The company contributed massively to employee personal development &role technical mastery. They are so good at rewarding performance. I choose P&G a million times if I have the opportunity.
I had a great time working here. The downside is that I was employed by the agency, so the job wasn't 100% secure. People and Management were really nice. I will say, there was a bit of an "us and them" attitude towards agency workers from the permanent staff; this was almost enforced by the fact that the canteen charge more for food to the agency staff. The agency would do the same work so it wasn't really fair. I liked the work and enjoyed learning new things during my time there.Overall though, I enjoyed working there and it was sad I had to leave.
Friendly Staff, good managers/shift leaders, will train you as much as possible
Shift rotations lates earlies nights, attitude from some permanents towards agency staff
My first job in the morning was to go to mail room and collect all mail for our department (Central Hub of Payment and Banking Services Department). Then I would opened the mail and sorted into piles that would need to be worked on in specific priority, Invoices and Final Reminders. Each document was logged into the SAP system and given a unique code, which was written on each document. These documents were then scanned, logged and double checked into the system before releasing into the work flow to be worked on in the various departments. There was not a lot of chit chat during the working day, which is fine as I could stay on task. But come break/ lunch time several of us would sit together and chat which was nice. Other permanent staff were approachable with work related questions and a few were happy to join me for lunch or other breaks.
Overall job clear instructions of what is expected and deadlines, workforce great to work with, downside is uncertainty of hours when on agency on a day to day basis
unable to give constructive feedback as wasn't there long enough, temporary contract. Good business culture and informal surroundings. Not enough staff to give training at the time of employment due to sickness and work re locating from other areas