P&G is committed to fair pay, transparent compensation principles and a diverse and inclusive workplace.
Based on audits we’ve conducted over the last year in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Germany, U.K., Switzerland, Australia and several other countries with statistically significant male and female populations, we have confirmed that P&G has equitable pay for similar roles and similar performance, regardless of gender or ethnicity.
This is consistent with P&G’s values and principles and our endeavours to improve gender equality in the world, inside and outside of P&G. (You can read more about P&G’s endeavours on gender equality here.)
When it comes to gender pay equity, we recognise that paying equitably for similar roles and performance is just one important piece of the equation. The other is 50/50 representation of women and men at all levels. On average, 50% of P&G's managerial roles are filled by women recruits, and today, more than 46% of our managers globally are women. We have positive plans and goals in place to get to 50/50 at all levels.