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P&G - Canada's Top 100 Employers 2013
Transcript of P&G - Canada's Top 100 Employers 2013
Why we deserve
- highly dedicated community contribution both locally and internationally
- encourage its employees to volunteer
- supports local social cause: the Kids Help phone, New Haven Learning Centre, etc..
- International Campaign: "Children's Safe Drinking Water"
"Top Companies for Executive Women" – National Association for Executive Women
"Top Companies for Recruitment and Retention" – Diversity, Inc.
"Best Place to Work" – Glassdoor.com
1. Exceptional Physical Workplace
2. Support Diversity and provide a fair competition between different gender employees
3. Engaging employees and itself in community
P&G- Best Employer 2013
- Take their inputs and change it into a product/ service
- background information
- open system
- challenges of the new economy
- why we deserve this award
a long history of supporting a variety of employee-led in-house initiative to address specific workplace issue
right procedures that address to glass ceilings in the work field.
fair opportunities, same treatment!
By: Jenny Fu, Vivian Tan, Viviana Li, Annie Huang
- Knowledge Workers
- Manual Labourer
- Factory Workers
William Procter and James Gamble formed Procter & Gamble
manufactured and sold candles and soap.
"The Start of P&G" (1837)
- A system that is interactive with the environment
- non discrimination policy
Mission of diversity and inclusion:
Thank you all for listening!
- Raw Materials
- Recyclable Materials
- feminine care scraps
- Paper remnants
- More talented people
- More devoted workers
- offer subsidies for
tuition (up to $5000)
- formal mentoring programs, online/ in house training programs
- support in house initiative
e.g. Asian professional Network or the women’s network
P&G Awarded Titles
Diversity and Fair Competition
Most Powerful Women
From left to right:
Melanie Healey, P&G North America Group President,
Deb Henretta, P&G Group President–Global Beauty, Skin Care, Cosmetics and Personal Care
Mary Lynn Ferguson-McHugh, P&G Western Europe Group President
A Worldwide Company
A Worldwide Company