Procter & Gamble

Global score : 3.81/5 (149 reviews)
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17/05/2019 Procter & Gamble • Salarié • Morocco
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Formation

30/11/2018 Procter & Gamble • Salarié • France
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Corporate culture - desire for training
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15/01/2018 Procter & Gamble • Salarié • Switzerland
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We are pushed to gain leadership.
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05/02/2016 Procter & Gamble • Salarié
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The general atmosphere is good.
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22/10/2015 Procter & Gamble • Salarié
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ENTERPRISE LEADER CONSUMER GOODS BRANDS LEADERS AND RECOGNIZED TB SCHOOL OF SALES TECHNIQUES GOOD BENEFITS
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14/10/2014 Procter & Gamble • Salarié
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PRODUCTS
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14/03/2014 Procter & Gamble • Salarié
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The autonomy and the strong responsibilities given in the projects The atmosphere in the division and the solidarity The possibilities of career and the international mobility The system of management of career The great choice and the quality of the trainings offered to the employees
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11/01/2014 Procter & Gamble • Salarié
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possibility of evolution
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15/11/2013 Procter & Gamble • Salarié
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Salary
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25/06/2013 Procter & Gamble • Salarié
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Corporate culture, remuneration, flexibility of working hours
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15/12/2012 Procter & Gamble • Salarié
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Group of international renown
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02/12/2012 Procter & Gamble • Salarié
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quickly have broad responsibilities
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30/11/2012 Procter & Gamble • Salarié
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