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P&G is driven to make life better—not just within the company, but across the globe. From Day 1, we committed to doing the best by each other—for our employees, our consumers, and for people everywhere. As a part of the P&G team, you will share in that commitment.

P&G aims to be a model global corporate citizen. We are known as a company that is governed responsibly and behaves ethically. We are transparent in our business dealings, and we work to support good causes. We protect the environment, and provide an appealing place to work where our employees are treated well, and are given the opportunity to be all that they can be.

Our aspiration is clear. We want to be a force for good and a force for growth. We know that the more we integrate and build Citizenship into how we do business, the bigger the impact P&G can have on the people we serve, the communities where we live and work and the broader world that surrounds us. In turn, this helps us grow and build our business.

Citizenship at P&G falls into five efforts. Learn more about our commitment to each by clicking below:

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At P&G we are committed to being a good corporate citizen, we make superior quality products and use every ounce of their power to make a difference. Our employees help us carry out this task through their daily behaviors and unwavering commitment to doing the right thing. We refuse to neglect our reputation of trust and integrity, and our actions prove that we do what we say we will. We are further guided by our Purpose, Values & Principles, which are the foundation of our unique culture:

Purpose:

Our brands play a unique role in the world, improving the lives of the world’s consumers, now and for generations to come.

Values:

  • Integrity: Doing the right thing is the only thing
  • Leadership: We Lead in our area of responsibility, with a deep commitment to delivering results, and a clear vision of where we are going.
  • Ownership: We accept personal accountability to meet our business needs, improve our systems and help others improve their effectiveness.
  • Passion for Winning: We are determined to be the best at doing what matters most
  • Trust: We work from a foundation of trust having confidence in each other’s capabilities and intentions.

Principles:

  • Universal respect drives every core belief
  • The interests of the company and the individual are inseparable
  • We are strategically focused in our work
  • Innovation is the cornerstone of our success
  • We value mastery
  • We seek to be the best
  • We are externally focused on our customers and communities
  • Mutual interdependency is a way of life working together with colleagues, customers and suppliers across business units, functions, categories and geographies.

Why I joined P&G
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We are focused on making an impact in the communities we serve from our employee community, to those in the towns, cities and countries we touch. Our brands touch the lives of nearly five billion people, and we are there when our products matter more than ever. We provide the comforts of home in times of disaster and bring the power of clean water to people who need it most. We focus where we can uniquely bring value and where our brands and people can make the biggest difference. Below are a few of the community impact programs that our incredible employees brought to life.

Learn more about our commitment to global communities below:

  • Children’s Safe Drinking Water program

    P&G launched our Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program in 2004 and now work with over 150 partners around the world to distribute P&G Purifier of Water packets and provide more than 14 billion liters of water to those who need it most. This simple-to-use technology is all thanks to one of our scientists who discovered a way to clean dirty water and make it drinkable. This idea has helped nearly 1 billion people who struggle with finding clean drinking water every day.

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  • PREEMIE PAMPERS

    Every year in the US, half a million babies are born prematurely. When Susan Ludwig, Creator of the Pampers Preemie Diaper, learned that parents of these babies did not have access to a preemie-sized diaper, she got to work.

    “I thought if anybody has the technology, the creativity and the passion to make this diaper, it was us.”

    P&G partnered with Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nurses to design and introduce a diaper that is three sizes smaller than newborn diapers to fit the tiniest premature babies who weigh as little as one pound.

  • SOS Children’s Villages Russia

    Since 2015, P&G has donated over $900,000 to support “SOS Children’s Villages Russia” which helps orphans grow up in a supportive, family-based, SOS Village environment with a mother and family in their own home. In addition, P&Gers have collected over $100,000 to support the program and to provide medical aid to children in need.

  • P&G Care to Every Home

    This program provides comforts of home, health, hygiene, and self-confidence to those who need it most. Our efforts make a real, positive impact on so many people in Russia, and the campaign was recognized as the Best CSR Project in Russia in 2015 and 2016.

  • $1.2M

    in products donated to people in need

  • $900K

    donated to help orphans

  • $100K

    collected by P&Gers for good causes

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We aspire to be as diverse as the people who use our products, because the more we reflect our consumers, the better equipped we are to understand and serve them. We strive each day for every P&Ger to be valued, included, and able to perform at their peak. We win when everyone brings their unique self to work, when we bring out the best in each other, and when every talent is used and every voice is heard.

Celebrating Diversity

Our annual Diversity & Inclusion Week celebrates the unique individuals that we all are and encourages us to come together. The events and activities that take place during this week are a source of inspiration and learning.

  • #TalkAboutBias

    P&G does not shy away from a challenge, and we are proud to take a stand on breaking down inequality driven by racial bias. We decided to step up and use our voice to shine the light on racial bias, continuing our efforts to create a better world for everyone, with equal representation, equal voice and equal opportunity — regardless of background. The Talk illustrates that, while times have changed, racial bias still exists. It’s time we #TalkAboutBias #MyBlackisBeautiful

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  • People With Disabilities

    From resource and affinity groups to specific aids, we make sure our people with disabilities (PWD) have everything they need to feel welcome, be understood and make an impact. Experience their stories, the work we do together, and how we strive to make our offices - and the world - more inclusive.

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Affinity Groups

Employee affinity groups can often be employees’ source of connection and emotional fuel, help employees feel valued, respected, and included, and expose us all to different perspectives and a richer experience. We enthusiastically support numerous regional groups, as well as three global affinity groups:

To help raise awareness of LGBT employment challenges, GABLE Allies delivered a training program, “How to be an Effective Ally.” The training included interactive discussions with leadership from our Europe Human Resources and Diversity & Inclusion Network. More than 300 employees across P&G sites in UK and Germany took part in the training.

  • 75%

    OF P&G EMPLOYEES WORK A FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE

  • 145

    nationalities represented in global workforce

  • 200+

    D&I Award nominees in 2016

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We aspire to build a better world for all of us — inside and outside P&G; a world free from bias and with equal voice and equal representation for all individuals. A world where everyone sees equal. We know that gender equality contributes to stronger economies, healthier communities and thriving businesses.

We are focusing on three areas where we can have the greatest impact:

  • Leveraging our significant voice in advertising and media to tackle gender bias. One example, is the latest Change Destiny campaign, Timeless where Katie Couric and SK-II inspire women around the world to draw their own timelines and celebrate that destiny is a matter of choice, instead of living a life according to society’s gender based expectations of them.
  • Removing gender-biased barriers to education for girls and economic opportunities for women through our corporate programs and policy advocacy efforts like Always Keeping Girls in School
  • Creating an inclusive, gender-equal environment inside P&G, and advocating for gender-equal workplaces beyond P&G so that everyone can contribute to their full potential. Busting Workplace Myths takes a critical first step towards changing perception by showcasing the myths about women in the workplace vs. the reality.

But that’s not all – learn more about a few of our gender equality efforts below:

  • #WeSeeEqual

    We believe that when we make gender bias visible and bring awareness to it, we have the power to motivate change. We launched #WeSeeEqual in March 2017 to inspire a new expectation and reset the outdated narrative that has been in place for far too long

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  • When women have the opportunity for full representation, businesses perform better, economies prosper, communities are healthier, and the world is a better place—for everyone.

    Carolyn Tastad, Group President, North America
  • We Believe: The Best Men Can Be

    At P&G, we take a stand for what we believe is right, and we strive to make the world a better place for everyone. We know that actions have influence that stretches beyond today; our actions have the power to shape tomorrow. It’s only by challenging ourselves to do more that gets us closer to being our best.

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  • 50-50

    GOAL OF EQUAL GENDER PARITY IN ALL P&G REGIONS AND BUSINESSES BY 2020

  • 45%

    OF CURRENT P&G MANAGER POSITIONS ARE WOMEN

  • 35%

    OF CURRENT P&G executive-level POSITIONS ARE WOMEN

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Environmental Sustainability is not a new concept for P&G. We incorporate it into our way of doing business, as we have for decades. We see it as our responsibility, as well as a business opportunity, and want to ensure no one has to choose between the products they use and enjoy today, and what they hope to preserve for tomorrow.

  • AMBITION 2030:
    ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY GOALS

    P&G launched Ambition 2030 to showcase our new environmental goals for 2030. After achieving many of our 2020 goals, we knew it was time to raise the bar. Our new goals enable and inspire positive impact while creating value for our company and consumers.

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  • HEAD AND SHOULDERS ABOVE THE REST

    Head & Shoulders, the world’s #1 shampoo brand, partnered with TerraCycle and SUEZ to pioneer the world’s first recyclable shampoo bottle made with beach plastic. The bottle launched in France in summer 2017 - by the end of 2018, more than half a billion bottles will contain recycled beach plastic.

    With the help of thousands of volunteers and hundreds of NGOs collecting plastic waste found on beaches, we will remove 2,600 tons of recycled plastic from the world’s beaches every year.

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  • Sustainable Manufacturing

    P&G is committed to sustainable production across its manufacturing sites in Russia. The Novomoskovsk plant is one of the most advanced industrial sites globally, committed to reaching Zero Manufacturing Waste to Landfill (ZMWTL) status by 2020. This plant also has phosphate-free production lines, has significantly reduced its energy usage, water consumption, and air emissions, and is boosting its use of recycled materials in Lenor and Fairy bottles. In addition, St. Petersburg Gillette plant, which was the first P&G enterprise in Russia, received the status of ZMWTL ahead of schedule.

  • PURECYCLE: REVOLUTIONIZING THE PLASTICS RECYCLING INDUSTRY

    P&G started using recycled plastic in our packaging in the late 1980s, but our use of recycled polypropylene (PP) was limited by the lack of available high-quality materials. One of our scientists invented a technology to remove the color, odor and contaminants from recycled PP. This technology purifies recycled PP back to a virgin-like form, and can open up billions of pounds of plastic material to meet an unmet demand for like-new recycled plastic — something that was not possible before.

    P&G licensed the technology to PureCycle Technologies (PCT), a portfolio company of Innventure, a Wasson Enterprise Partnership that commercializes disruptive technologies. PCT hosted a ribbon-cutting for a new plant in Hanging Rock, Ohio, that will produce recycled PP plastic with “virgin-like” quality. While this is a P&G-developed technology, the recycled PP produced will be widely available for purchase across the entire plastics industry.

  • $30M

    invested into reducing our manufacturing's environmental footprint

  • 20%

    reduction in energy usage, water consumption, and air emissions

  • 30%

    recyclable PET is being introduced into our Lenor and Fairy bottles

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