P&G is consistently recognized as a leading global company, earning a variety of awards and recognition in several key areas.
REPUTATION AND LEADERSHIP
Forbes ranked P&G #41 on the list of the World’s Most Reputable Companies, and earned a #12 ranking on America’s Most Reputable Companies list.
Fortune named P&G #15 Overall and #1 in our Industry (Soaps and Cosmetics) on its list of World’s Most Admired Companies.
Barron’s ranked P&G #21 on its World’s Most Respected Companies List.
Universum named P&G one of The World’s Most Attractive Employers.
For the third consecutive year, Chief Executive Magazine named P&G first on its list of 40 Best Companies for Leaders.
P&G products Crest Complete Multi Benefit (#5), Febreze Car Vent Clips (#8) and Olay Body Collections (#9) earned three of the Top 10 spots on the IRI’s annual New Product Pacesetters List, with P&G products filling six of the top 20 spots. In the 18 years the Pacesetters list has been published, P&G has had 148 products make the 25 Pacesetters list in non-food categories – more than our six largest competitors.
Garnter also recognized P&G at #5 on its annual Supply Chain Top 25.
P&G’s commitment to creating a diverse workplace has been recognized by the Human Rights Campaign by receiving a 100 on the Corporate Equity Index in 2013.
DiversityInc. has included P&G as a #7 ranking in the Top 50 Companies for Diversity and a #6 ranking in the Top 10 Companies for Global Diversity.
We have earned spots in the Top 5 on Working Mother lists recognizing the Best Companies for Multicultural Women and 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers.
The National Association for Female Executives ranks P&G in its Top 10 Companies for Executive Women.
Supplier diversity is a fundamental business strategy that strengthens our innovation and go-to-market capabilities and touches and improves the lives of our diverse suppliers, their employees and the communities in which they live and work. For the sixth year in a row, P&G spent more than $2 billion with minority- and women-owned businesses.
Since 2005, P&G has been a member of the Billion Dollar Roundtable, a forum of 18 corporations that spend more than $1 billion annually with diverse suppliers.
For our sustainability work, P&G earned a spot on FTSE4Good – on which P&G has been named since the index’s inception. P&G scientists received the Economist Innovation Award for their work on, and the Company’s commitment to providing clean drinking water to those in need, through our Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program.