Topics: Citizenship Stories

  • October 22, 2014 - 2:35pm
    Last year, P&G broke ground on a new manufacturing facility on the outskirts of Hyderabad, India—a thriving metropolis that’s also home to Google and Microsoft’s India operations.From early on, our recruiting teams encountered tremendous obstacles to secure the very best talent for the plant. Some of the local laws restricted women from working certain shifts.more...
  • October 16, 2014 - 5:22pm
    In observance of National Disability Employment Awareness Month in the U.S., we wanted to share some interesting and exciting things you may not know about Diversity & Inclusion at P&G—specifically in the area of disabilities.  People with Disabilities Affinity Groupmore...
  • October 15, 2014 - 7:54am
    Happy Global Handwashing Day!  Handwashing with soap has been called “the most important medical remedy for children in developing countries,”1 and the Safeguard brand has made it their mission to teach kids globally that preventing these illnesses is in their hands.more...
  • October 13, 2014 - 11:39am
    Today, we announced that we’re expanding our sustainability goals to continue creating value with consumer-preferred brands and products while conserving resources, protecting the environment, and improving social conditions for those who need it most.            We’re guided by 12 established Environmental Sustainability Goals toward our vision of 100% renewable energy use, 100% renewable or recycled materials for all products andmore...
  • October 7, 2014 - 12:13pm
    We're thrilled to announce a partnership with American chemicals company DuPont on a more sustainable way to make Tide Coldwater. For context, this move will save enough power each year to do all the laundry in homes across California for over a month.Corn-based ethanol is a key ingredient in Tide that enhances washing and stabilizes the detergent formula. With this move, we will switch to cellulosic ethanol, which is derived from agricultural waste.more...
  • September 30, 2014 - 10:34am
    This past Saturday, P&G joined more than a dozen global leaders, a stream of A-list musicians and celebrities, and a crowd of nearly 60,000 people at New York’s Central Park for the 3rd Annual Global Citizen Festival, a globally-webcast concert aimed at ending extreme poverty by 2030.more...
  • September 15, 2014 - 11:36am
    Bright sun shines down through a skylight onto the Charmin line at P&G’s Box Elder facility, where Gina Hancock works as a technician.She feels blessed that P&G opened its newest North America plant here in 2010 at the base of the Rocky Mountains, and has been here ever since.“I worked at the IRS for awhile, but I’m not a desk-job person,” she says. “I like to make things.”Everywhere you look at Box Elder, you can sense its constant theme of innovation and sustainability:more...
  • August 7, 2014 - 1:56pm
    The Annual African Business Leadership Awards puts the spotlight on companies and business professionals who have impacted society and used their business portfolios to touch humanity. Yesterday at the National Press Club, P&G received an award for our commitment to development in Africa.Prior to the keynote speech, Allison Tummon-Kamphuis, Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program (CSDW) Leader (pictured below, right), demonstrated how the P&G Purifier of Water packets work.more...
  • July 30, 2014 - 10:23am
    P&G Korea recently held a very special event to mark its 25th year in operation.General Manager Suekyung Lee hosted the event, which was attended by about 250 P&G Korea employees, more than 150 of their family members and many long-time external partners. As a proud sponsor of Korean Moms, he took the opportunity on behalf of P&G Korea to recognize and thank the moms represented by each employee in attendance.Guests enjoyed an exclusive exhibit showcasing P&G Korea’s 25-more...
  • July 25, 2014 - 11:15am
    Years ago, Doris Scales’s brother suggested she look into a job at the P&G Oral Care plant in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA. Doris did, and 24 years later she’s still there.“They treat employees well here,” she explains, noting that her brother, Jimmy, has been at the plant for more than 30 years.Doris hails from Stoneville, a hamlet of about 1,000 people near the Virginia border. For more than two decades, she’s traversed winding country roads to and from what has become like a secondmore...