KARACHI: P&G has yet again secured a place among the world’s most attractive employers in Universum’s annual survey for 2012, according to a statement on Monday.
The company ranked overall third among the business students and held steady at No 10 among students studying technical disciplines such as engineering and the sciences, it said.
The No 3 business ranking is the highest position P&G has ever held in the survey rising four places from its previous ranking.
P&G jumped ahead of Ernst & Young and Price Waterhouse Coopers, two of the ‘Big 4’ accounting firms that are known for their large campus programmes and who have historically been entrenched in the top three spots, it said.
This ranking is based on Universum’s global research on the preferences of more than 144,000 students. Universum is the global leader in employer branding. It surveys thousands of students and professionals to provide ideal employer research and strategic consulting services to more than 1,200 clients worldwide, according to the statement.
“At P&G, everything stems from our purpose of touching and improving lives. Living the P&G purpose begins here at P&G itself, where we strive to touch and improve the lives of our employees,” said Najia Amin, country human resource manager, P&G Pakistan.