An interesting FMCG company with rich culture, openness in communications. Great Work life balance & workplace culture. Highly Recommended to work in such great company. Excellent leadership management team supporting employees. Great IT Team supporting the entire organization.
Nice company to work with its typical day at work with Good and understanding Management . Friendly and helpful colleagues, I enjoyed handling the event and meeting overseas Colleagues while handling the event.
Good company to work for, allow personal and professional growth, family oriented
Manager (Former Employee) – Singapore – March 27, 2019
Everyday is a learning experience, company stretches you to deliver and grow/enhance your talent/skills. People are very talented and enjoy the challenges of work. Management is open for direct line of communications.
Standard working timing from Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm. Good, clean and vibrant working environment with friendly and approachable workers. Muslim friendly and provides prayer rooms as well as nursing rooms for nursing mothers.
Leader (Current Employee) – Singapore – March 11, 2019
Working is always a challenge and there will always be something new that you will learn. There is never a time for a break and you will always find yourself moving, whether forwards, sideways or back.
Intern (Former Employee) – Singapore – January 2, 2019
I was assigned to the production line for powdered material during my internship. It was not fully mechanized as part of the process needs us to manually push and pull heavy carts filled with powder to the storage and dispensing area. The team did not have a lot of members thus we were all working individually. Due to that, it was essential that nothing went wrong as the assigned area. the management people were all friendly and taught me a lot of things which were not taught in school.
Good company culture. They does not have the best salary but it was compensated with lots of company benefit like employee sale and stock option. This company will help you in term of personal career growth.
I was elated to be able to start my career as a fresh graduate in a wholesome company like P&G. Though I left earlier to purse and understand what I am looking for in my career, I've always known and wished that I will be working for P&G again one day.
The most enjoyable part of the job would be on-going support from group of admin, supporting team towards work and personal matters. I am employed as contract staff for more than 5years. Unfortunately due to global policy changed for contract staff with service of more than 3 years. Our contract will not be renewed. It was so unfortunate as I am seeing myself to retire in P&G. I was so comfortable with supportive team am supporting.
Horrible place for experienced candidates and millenials
SNO (Former Employee) – Buona Vista – March 17, 2018
Pros: - Good systems and processes. - Good multi-function team. - Decent training opportunities.
Cons: - HR is useless. - Management doesn't understand experienced candidates and is unable to leverage their unique skill sets. - when pushed they will use the bell curve when cost cutting from top down and tell you your performance sucks and shove you out without any compensation. They do this periodically across functions. - All brands are performing poorly vs. competition. - Top management are busy sucking up and not offering enough project advice to multi function team. - In grown and inbred culture without flexibility in culture that needs to be ready for the outside shock/competition. - Funny thing is the office in Buona Vista has more people from Adecco (a company that hires contractors) than permanent staff. They use this talent so that they escape from hiring locals and saving costs on CPF etc. In fact a lot of the brand assistants, HR assistants from adecco personnel. - Career ladders are imbalanced. Brand people start on B2 while SNO and other functions start on B1. -If you are in Brand or Finance gladly get the experience and get out, other functions while bide your time and pray to god they don't shove you out when the going gets bad. - There is no accountability with a lot of senior leaders in SNO. Their metrics are so bad that they show leaders in Cincinnati the good KPIs and maintain a second KPI for bad ones to regional leaders. - Asia pacific has lost of a lot of talent to e-commerce companies and that is the right direction to go becausemore... in 10-20 years’ time, when water costs go up, who will still be buying washing soap and dish soap? - The shave care has been massively hit by the likes of dollarshaveclub.com which is the beating the market left right and center. - Lastly, don't trust the BS around billion dollar brands. Its a farce! Most brand's revenues are at least 30% discount to a billion dollars.less