Representation in our workforce

Consistent with the 50-50 aspiration we declared several years ago, more women are members of P&G’s Global Leadership Council and in global management positions compared to 2015. As we continue to make progress at the Management level, we are now putting intentional plans in place to accelerate gender equality among our Business & Technical Associate roles.

  • Data as of June 30, 2015 and June 30, 2020 based on employees’ most recent self-identification.

  • Business & Technical Associates = employees who typically perform administrative tasks at our facilities or technical tasks at our manufacturing locations. These roles often do not require post-secondary education. Due to the nature of these roles, the available talent pool is more local to the areas surrounding our facilities compared to our Management positions, where the talent pools are national or global in nature. In addition, while there are pathways from the BTA level to the Management level, many BTA employees do not choose to pursue that option and that advancement is not necessarily an inherent part of the BTA career path.

In our U.S. workforce, P&G continues to progress towards our aspiration of 40% multicultural representation. Our workforce is meaningfully more diverse than in 2015, with significant progress in representation on our Global Leadership Council.

  • Data as of June 30, 2015 and June 30, 2020 based on employees’ most recent self-identification.

  • Multicultural includes: Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Asian, American Indian/Alaska Native, two or more races, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander.

  • While not referenced individually in the chart, those who self-identified as American Indian/Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, and two or more races collectively represented less than 2% of all employees in 2015 and 2020.

  • Numbers may not add to 100% due to rounding and because a small percentage of employees have chosen not to disclose their race/ethnicity.

  • Business & Technical Associates = employees who typically perform administrative tasks at our facilities or technical tasks at our manufacturing locations. These roles often do not require post-secondary education. Due to the nature of these roles, the available talent pool is more local to the areas surrounding our facilities compared to our Management positions, where the talent pools are national or global in nature. In addition, while there are pathways from the BTA level to the Management level, many BTA employees do not choose to pursue that option and that advancement is not necessarily an inherent part of the BTA career path.

In 2020, P&G achieved equal representation of women and men and increased multicultural representation to 25% among the director nominees for the 2020 Annual Meeting. Both statistics represent meaningful growth since 2015.

  • 2015 = Directors elected at the October 2015 Annual Meeting (total number of Directors: 12).

  • 2020 = Directors nominated for election at the October 2020 Annual Meeting (total number of Directors: 12).

  • Multicultural includes: Black or African American, Hispanic or Latino, Asian, American Indian/Alaska Native, two or more races, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander.

  • Numbers may not add to 100% due to rounding.

You can find our most recently filed Federal Employer Information Report EEO-1, representing U.S. employees as of December 2018, here. The categories in the EEO-1 are prescribed by the federal government and do not represent how our workforce is organized or how we measure our progress. As a result, we believe the information reported above is a more useful and meaningful reflection of our Company’s diversity.

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