GENEVA, Switzerland, April 17 /PRNewswire/ --
- In Line With its Recruitment Policy, Procter Gamble in Geneva is Appointing Around 150 People per Year, Half of Whom Already Reside in the Region
A completely new and auspicious recruitment session over two days
PG's Beauty Department has organised two days of recruitment, on 16 and 17 April 2009, at its strategic business headquarters in Geneva. The selection process is of particular interest. Between December last year and March, a total of 890 applications from Swiss and European students attending prestigious Universities such as St. Andrews, the Ecole Superieure de Commerce in Paris and Saint-Gall have been received via the website http://www.pgcareers.com.
A rigorous pre-selection process (online evaluations, analysis of CVs and logic tests) reduced the number of candidates to around thirty - three of whom are Swiss - to go forward to the two-day introduction to the company.
Welcomed in advance on Wednesday evening, the group made one another's acquaintance by way of a rotating dinner. On Thursday, they were able to work in groups on interactive case studies about Lacoste, using a set of computer data to define strategies and put forward a proposal. In the evening, a quiz tour of the old town enabled the group to get to know Geneva. Friday was devoted to presentations and 3-hour individual interviews which will result in offers of employment and work placements for the successful candidates.
Procter Gamble in Geneva, a company that is committed to its business and its people
Proctor Gamble has been growing in Geneva since 1956. In 1999, Geneva became the location for its strategic business headquarters for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Currently employing over 2,650 people of 70 different nationalities, mainly Swiss and European, PG is the very reflection of Geneva - an international city with a global outlook. PG is the third largest private employer in the Canton of Geneva.
A socially responsible company, Procter Gamble is renewing its commitment towards sustainable development. A number of community-focused programmes have been introduced to respond to concerns that are close to its heart, such as child welfare, human-powered mobility, the well-being of its employees as well as the improvement of the environmental profile of its products.
Thanks to its leading brands, in particular: Pampers(R), Ariel(R), Dash(R), Always(R), Mr. Clean(R), Pantene(R), Head Shoulders(R), Mach3(R), Pringles(R), Iams(R), Oral-B(R), Duracell(R), Wella, Gillette(R) and Braun, PG has a worldwide presence with 138,000 employees.
Procter Gamble, Frederique Reeb-Landry, Director of Public Relations, email@example.com, Tel. +41-58-004-73-91