Tell Procter & Gamble:  Do the Right Thing
  • Petitioned Linda Clement Holmes

This petition was delivered to:

Global Diversity Officer
Linda Clement Holmes
CEO, CFO, Chief Legal Officer, Global HR Officer
Ethics & Compliance Committee
Cincinnati Community Relations
Sean Parker
Digital Communications, Corporate External Relations
Tonia Elrod
Director, Ohio Government & Community Relations
Brian Hodgett
External Relations
Julie deSylva
Chief Purchasing Officer, Purchases
Rick Hughes
Chief Legal Officer & Corporate Secretary
Deborah P. Majoras

Tell Procter & Gamble: Do the Right Thing

    1. Ceal Watson
    2. Petition by

      Ceal Watson

      .., OH


 I am writing because I am fed up with global corporations and their bullying of small business.  We have seen our jobs outsourced, our retirement savings stolen, our homes devalued – by global corporations, banksters, and Wall Street speculators.

Working people have seen their incomes stagnate and benefits shrivel while CEOs, speculators and banksters grab more for themselves. These business leaders award themselves breathtaking bonuses, while driving customers and former employees to the poor house.

Global bullies tell small business suppliers it’s “my way or the highway”, replacing valid contracts with non-negotiable agreements and unethically recruiting the smaller companies’ employees

This is what happened to my former employer, IMstar Enterprises. 

IMstar Enterprises has lost its employees and its business due to the deceitful tactics of Procter & Gamble managers.

The Procter & Gamble Company is an example of a global job outsourcer, seeking the lowest wages around the globe, lobbying for laws that take away the rights of working people, and finding ways to avoid paying their fair share of taxes.  Say what you will about the Procter & Gamble public image and the quality of its products -- behind closed doors hides a hypocrite and a bully.

Please sign my petition.  Tell Procter & Gamble to Do the Right Thing – compensate small business IMstar Enterprises for their destruction of its business. 

Thank you. 



Recent signatures


    1. We've reached 100 signatures! Thanks for your support.

      Ceal Watson
      Petition Organizer

      American small business is not the only segment of our society hurt by Procter & Gamble's unethical business dealings. Take a look at how Procter & Gamble's strong-arm tactics sabotaged the efforts of Operation: Heroes to honor America's fighting forces.

    2. Reached 100 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Ahnia Bey DALLAS, TX
      • over 2 years ago

      To hopefully poke the conscience of Proctor and Gamble, urging them to compensate someone who they stomped on who seved them for years. How do you take someone's employees, their job, their income, slam the door in their face and go to sleep at night? Is this really who P&G is?

    • Rodney Polnett DULUTH, GA
      • over 2 years ago

      I am signing this petition due to underhanded,shameful and back door actions of P&G against IMstar (the little guy). It isn't right, what P&G has done.

    • LaVerne Mitchell LINCOLN HEIGHTS, OH
      • over 2 years ago

      I sign this to support small businesses, especially minority firms.

    • Michael Thomas MONTGOMERY, AL
      • over 2 years ago

      Major companies like P&G, Bank of America, Avnet and others have grown in greed. These business are doing things to keep the Small Medium Businesses from gaining success. At the same time they are working the best and brightest to high levels then tossing them out.

      This just shows how and why our global economy is backwards and upside down.

      The economy is under judgement and these company will pay for their unlawful treatment of employees/and other businesses

    • Marc Bax CINCINNATI, OH
      • over 2 years ago

      I'm appalled of the arrogance of their Dave & Goliath attitude...are they not prone to decrerased stock options and falling economic deprevations of many of the products. We got your back! WE'RE READY!!


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