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P&G Recognition Round-Up

Thursday, October 2, 2014 9:47 am EDT

Here's an run-down of some noteworthy awards and rankings that P&G, and our people, received during the month of September.

Fortune: Top 50 Most Powerful Women

Three female P&G executives earned spots on Fortune Magazine’s list of the Top 50 Most Powerful Women:

  • Melanie Healey, Group President – North America, #18 on the Global list;
  • Deb Henretta, Group President – P&G Global Beauty, #23 on the Global list; and
  • Mary Lynn Ferguson, Group President – Europe, #22 on the Most Powerful Women of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa list.
     

Fortune ranks women in for-profit companies based on size, importance, health of their business, career momentum and social cultural influence.

CNN Money: Top Employers for New Grads

P&G ranked 7th on CNN Money's list of the World’s Top Employers for New Grads for 2014, up three spots from last year. To determine the list, research firm Universum Global surveyed college students around the world to see where they would most want to work.

IndustryWeek: IW 1000

P&G ranked 45th on IndustryWeek’s 2014 IW 1000 list, which ranks the 1000 largest global, publicly-held manufacturing companies based on revenue.

Working Mother: 100 Best Companies

Working Mother named P&G among its 2014 100 Best Companies for working mothers. This is the seventh consecutive year P&G was named to this annual list, which is compiled from the responses of participating companies to a comprehensive 500-question survey that measures a company’s work culture for women.

Asahi Weekly (Japan): Best Companies for Women

In its September 5 issue, Japan's Asahi Weekly ranked the best companies for women among 120 corporations in Japan. P&G was ranked #1 among the “Women in Top Management Level” category, and #3 in the “Women in Leadership Level” category.

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