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 we earned a #13 ranking on America’s Most Reputable Companies list.
Fortune named P&G #15 Overall and #2 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 #6 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 #8 ranking in the Top 10 Companies for Global Diversity. DiversityInc. has also ranked P&G #5 in its Top 10 Companies for Recruitment and Retention.
We have earned spots in the Top 10 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 The Dow Jones Sustainability Index, and 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.