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HR Asia names P&G Philippines among the 2022 Best Companies to work for in Asia

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(On the left: Raffy Fajardo, P&G’s President and General Manager.On the right: Vidya Srinivasan, P&G’s Vice President for Manila Global Business Services and Global External Reporting)

Procter & Gamble (P&G) Philippines, leading consumer goods manufacturing company of trusted brands like Safeguard, Pampers, Downy, Vicks, has been recognized as one of the “Best Companies to Work for in Asia”, reflecting its best-in-class human resource (HR) practices, world-class employee engagement, and excellent workplace culture.

The recognition was awarded by HR Asia, the region’s most reputable and authoritative publication for HR Professionals. HR Asia’s “Best Companies to Work for in Asia®” awards is Asia’s largest program of its kind and is held annually across 12 markets throughout the region, including Cambodia, China, Hong-Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. This year, the prestigious and sought-after HR award acknowledged P&G’s strong company culture, which was evident in its industry-leading policies, inclusive programs, and equitable practices which enable its employees equal opportunities to grow and succeed in the Company.

“We are honored and proud to be named among the Best Companies to Work for in Asia. This affirms our commitment to ensuring our people are our top priority. It is our employees that make P&G the kind of company that it is,” shares Vince Dizon, P&G Philippines’ Country HR Leader.

For over 87 years in the Philippines, P&G is among the few companies with a successful “promote from within” culture and is known to highly invest in their talent and leadership development. As the country’s top employer with about 2,000 employees, P&G distinguishes itself with meaningful careers leading billion-dollar global brands, international exposure and assignments, and hands-on mentorship from the best business leaders locally, regionally, and globally.

During the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic, P&G stepped up as a Force for Good and a Force for Growth, repurposing its manufacturing plant in Cabuyao, Laguna to produce medical-grade face masks for its employees and for donation to frontliners and covid hotspot communities. P&G provided job security and vaccines for its employees and their families, donated millions worth of its health and hygiene products, helped protect frontliners with PPEs, built health infrastructure in schools and hospitals, helped Red Cross vaccination efforts in far flung areas, and continued economic investments in the country.

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