What stood out to us at P&G was that there is no graduate label. University-leavers are given responsibility from day 1 – coming in at a high level with the chance to make a difference straight away. And though there is no set graduate programme, new employees have the opportunity to try out different roles, manage teams of people and develop their soft skills from the moment they start.
It was also clear that P&G is a big company, with lots of small companies inside it – so you won’t feel like a small fish in a big pond. Employees describe each division ‘like a little family’, which will be there to support you throughout.
To learn more about P&G, watch/listen to the podcasts below.
Arriving at P&G
Carla introduces the outside the Gillette building.
Gradcracker explores P&G's Reading plant
P&G's Reading Plant.
Meet the Recruiters
Be at ‘the cutting-edge of innovation’
At The Gillette R&D centre in Reading, Georgie, Talent Supply Manager, tells us why P&G is the most exciting place to come and start a career.
Tamara, who has been with P&G for four years, tells us about her experiences since starting as an intern. If you hadn't heard of P&G before, we're sure you will have heard of the brands she’s worked on…
Kirsty, Operations Department Manager, has been with P&G for eight years. Hear about her different roles - including the part she plays in the recruitment process - alongside some helpful hints and tips for those thinking about applying.