MANILA, PHILIPPINES — Procter & Gamble (P&G) Philippines, the multinational trusted consumer goods company with a diverse range of superior health care, home care, beauty, and grooming products, was certified as a great workplace by Great Place To Work (GPTW), the global authority that sets benchmarks, standards, and executive advisory that allows organizations to be recognized for their outstanding workplace culture.
This is P&G Philippines’ first GPTW Certification, earning an average employee satisfaction rating of 94% among surveyed employees. The survey showed that 97% of P&G employees consider the company a great place to work overall, and 98% are proud to tell others they work for P&G. 100% of the respondents also said that they are treated fairly regardless of their race, gender, and sexual orientation.
As one of the country’s sought-after multinationals, P&G is known to highly invest in its talent and leadership development. The company stands apart with its ‘grow from within’ culture, meaningful careers leading billion-dollar global brands, providing international exposure and assignments, and coupling these with hands-on mentorship from the best business leaders locally, regionally, and globally.
“We are honored and proud to be GPTW-Certified as it validates our company’s best-in-class workplace culture, human resource practices, and employee engagement,” shared Vince Dizon, Country Human Resources Leader of P&G Philippines.
The Great Place to Work Certification uses Trust Index, a research-backed employee survey that aims to see whether employees trust the people that they work for, have pride in their work, and experience camaraderie with their fellow colleagues. Companies with at least 65% in the survey can obtain the certification.
Alongside the GPTW Certification, P&G Philippines also bagged a triple win at the recent 2022 Asia CEO Awards, among the awards it took home, was the “Top Employer of the Year” Grand Winner trophy. The company was also recognized as “2022 Best Companies to Work for in Asia” by HR Asia.