Procter and Gamble Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) is an American multinational consumer goods corporation headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, founded in 1837 by William Procter and James Gamble. It specializes in a wide range of personal health/consumer health, and personal care and hygiene products; these products are organized into several segments including Beauty; Grooming; Health Care; Fabric & Home Care; and Baby, Feminine, & Family Care. Before the sale of Pringles to Kellogg's, its product portfolio also included foods, snacks, and beverages. P&G is incorporated in Ohio.

An angry customer said this about their marketing strategies in a review "I will always rate a company negatively when they buy my information and spams me with email. I never signed up for your emails Procter & Gamble! If you'd like to gain me as a customer or build your brand awareness, I suggest tactics that don't involve spamming people. Our emails are essential in this age and shouldn't be blasted unless we've given permission. There's a reason that laws were enacted to prevent this on with phones/calls, because it's invasion of privacy. Just because there isn't a law against this doesn't mean it's morally right."

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Manufacturing technician (Current Employee) says

"Terrible management. Unsafe work environment. Someone is going to get killed here AGAIN. So short staffed and they can care less. Please don’t make the mistake I did."

Order Management Analyst (Former Employee) says

"The department i worked has very toxic environment and the team members never help each other... Manger was not interested in your development........ Cons: worst management"

Customer Service Consultant (Former Employee) says

"If the personnel in administration were as appealing as their products, I would be the first one to tell anyone when given the opportunities. Same applies to my comment to a psychiatrist. If you would meet them, you wouldn't think they are so great."

promotora de vendas (Former Employee) says

"Salário baixo exigências muito alta . Nem um tipo d preocupação com o funcionário Cons: Tudo"

Admin (Former Employee) says

"Ellenséges munkaközösség, lehetetlen előlépni, alacsony fizetés cserébe jól kifacsarnak, hogy még élni se lesz kedved. Ha mazochista vagy akkor gyere ide és nagyon élvezed , hogy itt megállt az élet."

Line Lead (Former Employee) says

"At first I was excited to start as a lead here but then I noticed they were not doing things by code and when I spoke up about it the next day my supervisor told my temp agency that I quit. Please be cautious when applying to work here management is terrible and I have not met any employee that has work there more than 6 months I should have took that as a sign. If you like working in a dysfunctional and mismanaged workplace then this is the job for you."

SAP Business Process Owner (Former Employee) says

"P&G does not believe in rewarding work or time spent at the company. If you work for a company the they just took over, beware, your days are numbered. They like to have their people in place and try to force out anyone who has been with that company for a long time. Just ask anyone who worked for the Noxell Corporation, Old Spice or Gillette. They strip a company of things they want and dump the rest on someone else."

Technician (Former Employee) says

"If you are considering working here, I suggest that you quit while you’re ahead. This is absolutely the most unstable environment that you could ever be a part of. Management is a joke, lines are being managed by young men/women who have just graduated college (with no prior management skills), training is mediocre, and the only way to progress is to stab your coworkers in the back."

Production Operator (Former Employee) says

"You NEVER KNOWN WHAT TO EXPECT .Everyday was something different .You got moved around alot on different lines Loading & Open Product on the Conveyor Belt"

Packing Associate (Current Employee) says

"They lied to me! This place sucks they never fix anything and act like theycare about safety but they don’t. Big time favoritism as far as promotions are concerned."

Method Testing & Validation Engineer (Former Employee) says

"The worst company in the world. Total nonsense. Cons: Poor."

Administrative Assistant lll (Former Employee) says

"I worked as a contractor at p&g company in Fayetteville ARKANSAS. So I was to start duties on the 2/17/2020 but I started a week before. On the first day of orientation every thing went well on my second day at exactly 11:45am I was call in a private meeting room only for this people to tell me the dont need me no more. Firstly the job description was different from what you are expected to do and the title of the job was not what the required you to do"

Facility Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) says

"The worst people i have ever meet they didnt care about you at all. You were just a number. It was very dangerous to work there lots of violence between employees terrible pay and long hours with no break Cons: Knowing i had to go back to work the next day"

Package Handler (Former Employee) says

"the work environment is horrible & so is the pay. when its hot outside its ten times worse in the warehouse & when its cold outside its like Antartica & the air condition doesn’t work. they say you’re going to get paid 12 an hour but you only get paid $100 every week"

Line leader (Former Employee) says

"Don’t treat employees very good or give out raises to those that deserve them. Have terrible communication and don’t respect the employees at all whatsoever"

Line Assembler (Former Employee) says

"The management is horrible. The job is simple and easy, but people does not treat the lead right. The workers work lazy and be on their phones. Its just horrible how the workers act."

Technician (Former Employee) says

"Negative work culture. Do not allow easy advancement of position and did not encourage advancement. Hours were not the best (12 hour swing Shift). Generous vacation time."

Teal leader (Former Employee) says

"This company have not good salary & nothing chance grow up. I did 4 year in direct marketing. They told do work dedicatedly promotion will happen but since for year they didn't promoted me.& no growing salary"

Packing/ labelling (Current Employee) says

"Work you too hard for 8.00 and hour and no raise some people have been there for years and still making 8 and hour. Needs to go up on minimum ways for blacks people to make a decent living. Sad Cons: Not enough pay"

Shunt Truck/Forklift Operator/pkg op (Former Employee) says

"Worked both as a temp and as a contract employee in warehouse and driving shunt truck. Contract only. No benefits. No real managment structure. Little training but expect you to know the job. Blame game all the time between employees and mgmt. Company only cares about one thing - profit. Closing best plants and teminating good employees for bottom line."

Former Employee - PG Line Shift Leader says

"I worked at Procter & Gamble full-time for more than a year Cons: Veterans discrimination, was my first problem. False promises is the motivation used to push production. Forced a strong female employee to take classes on being a less "aggressive" in order to recieve the pay that came with her promotion. Three months without that pay. HR is in bed with management so if a worker has a problem and reports it to HR, it gets swept under the carpet. 2 separate occasions experienced heavy veterans discrimination and in order to keep me quiet hr gives promotion and moves me to a quiet place far away from making any noise about the discrimination. There is way to much to type on here......DON'T DO THIS JOB.....just save yourself now!"

Former Employee - Case Picker says

"I worked at Procter & Gamble full-time for less than a year Cons: You must quit your current job before you began working with them. Even if it’s months without pay as in my case. I applied for a forklift position and was placed into a case pick position. Overtime is mandatory regardless if you’ve worked seven days for 10-12 hours. They will make it your fault that you took covid leave and refuse to pay you on a technicality by which you must prove your case in order to Receive pay. Any disability will be broadcasted basically for everyone to know. If you need a break or to leave because of your disability your are spoken down to with an audience usually. After I quit I still have yet to see my final paycheck weeks later."

Current Employee - Production Lead says

"I have been working at Procter & Gamble full-time for more than a year Cons: Management constantly lie about almost everything. No promotions allowed at the Dayton mixing center. Rotating shift keep everyone in a zombie like state. Pay is low for the amount of responsibility. Your quarterly evaluation is destroyed due to unrealistic goals (management acknowledges that the goals are impossible to achieve, but wont change them). That then use said goals to show that you are not worthy of advancement. Any higher positions that may become available are filled with preselected (yes men). This is a highly physical job so you will be sore having to stand all day on concrete floors. Sitting down for a few minutes is strictly forbidden so there are lots of foot injuries with employees . Beware, HR will lie to your face about what the job is to get you in the door. 3 of the last 4 people they manage to hire quit during there second week because the job was not what they were told it would be."

Former Employee - Sales Associate says

"I worked at Procter & Gamble part-time Cons: I don’t have any cons to talk ab"

Current Employee - Ops Manager says

"I have been working at Procter & Gamble full-time for more than 10 years Cons: Management can be all over the map. Sometimes you will need to weather the storm for 2-3 years until they swap them out. Long hours at times."

Former Employee - Technician says

"I worked at Procter & Gamble full-time for more than 10 years Cons: Managment...power has gone to thier heads. Arrogant attitude no longer team player"

Current Employee - Registered Nurse says

"I have been working at Procter & Gamble full-time for less than a year Cons: Company pretends they care about race"

Former Employee - Specialist says

"I worked at Procter & Gamble full-time Cons: Terrible culture, zero trust to people and management"

Current Employee - Shift Leader says

"I have been working at Procter & Gamble full-time for more than 10 years Cons: Where do we start? Managers think they know everything and they don't, lets speed up the lines for more throughput of product but lets not fix the issues with the lines themselves, lets cut staffing on the lines while we speed it up and have issues. Lets move someone with an engineering background into a supply chain leader role who knows absolutely nothing about the position. Then takes advice from a line leader (a line leader that is only in that position because they threw everyone under the bus to get themselves there and takes credit for everyone else's ideas. "cost savings" is a joke,(because our multi-billion dollar brands and not to mention Procter and Gamble as a company makes how many billions a year?) technicians can't do this or get that because it costs too much and we're trying to save millions while managers go on thousand dollar excursions across the pound to Europe for "benchmarking" . Retirement is now down to 9% while they are making billions and management is getting millions of dollars in bonus'. Do they want there workers working till they die? Pay and progression system, where do we start with that, it'll take you 15 years minimum to get fully paid? or how you know longer have incentive to learn quickly? You're stuck at a pay level for 2.5 years that you should honestly get to before your year probation is even up. And you wonder why people are leaving and going to other companies."

Current Employee - Contractor says

"I have been working at Procter & Gamble full-time for more than a year Cons: Contractors are considered beneath P&G employees. Very entitled P&G employees who have no idea what they are doing, constantly meddle with work they don’t understand."

Mike says

"Clorox bleach used to whiten, disinfect, and clean. P&G has ruined a good product. The bleach doesn’t smell good anymore and clothes don’t look whiter. What a shame. Seems watered down and dull now."

Thomas Tatton says

"Disappointed that with their advert for bold washing capsules they warn to keep away from children but not from dogs, it’s also very toxic to dogs!"

Welshwoman says

"I recently bought some Olay Regenerist advanced anti ageing night cream. I removed the jar from the cardboard box, unscrewed the top and then attempted to remove the plastic cover from the cream. It was impossible. The next morning, my husband attempted to open it, but only succeeded in separating the plastic inner shell from the jar. Eventually he pierced a hole in the plastic cover to try and break any air lock, but even this has not succeeded in making the plastic cover on the cream removable. I tried to feed my problems back to Procter and Gamble but, like a previous poster on this site, found it impossible to do so via their website. My problem has made me extremely disinclined to buy any more Procter and Gamble products."

Fainec says

"Advertisement that tell us how to behave"

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