Procter and Gamble (also commonly known as P&G) owns one of the world’s largest portfolios of trusted brands, including Pampers, Gillette, Fairy, Olay, and Duracell. All in all, it’s responsible for almost 300 brands across the globe, a figure that is constantly growing.
The chances are that you will have used a P&G product at least once in your life.
With around 127,000 employees in 80 countries, it has a strong global presence and reputation for excellence. It regularly wins business and industry awards, including accolades for leadership and development.
The graduate programme at P&G recruits graduates from various backgrounds into entry-level positions in all functions across the business. Whether you want to work in Human Resources, Marketing, or anything in between, there’s an opportunity that will suit your career development plans.
Graduates are expected to be the business leaders of the future at P&G, so real responsibility is given from the offset, alongside structured learning and development. Though successful applicants will be expected to make a real contribution to the business, there’s plenty of support along the way.
The starting salary is around £27,600, and there’s a generous benefits package available to all recruits. P&G take work-life balance very seriously, so you’ll also have the opportunity to engage in flexible working practices.
According to P&G themselves their products "touch the lives" of people 4 billion times a day.
Benefits of working for Procter and Gamble
25 days’ holiday
Private health scheme
Share purchase program
Option of a company car
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