The Procter & Gamble Co. continues to trim back its workforce as it seeks to move ahead.
The consumer products giant, which held an investor meeting Thursday in Cincinnati, set itself a goal of cutting its non-manufacturing workforce by 2 to 4 percent from fiscal 2014 to fiscal 2016. Those cuts come on top of the roughly 5,700 jobs P&G plans to cut during fiscal 2013, which is currently in its second quarter. RELATED STORY: P&G Beauty Sales Fall; More Innovation on Deck >>
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