worldbefree, your approach to facts is what many posters need to hear.
Don't worry about single day drops. Look at the big picture and follow the news.
When the company gives all employees 2 days off as a reward for good company results, it is a positive gesture that will repay the company's bottom line with increased motivation, productivity and loyalty.
When a company shows employees that it is happy with how they produce, the employees end up caring much more about what happens to the company. It's a win/win situation.
If I could only own one equity long, it would be P&G, and I have been an active investor for 30 years. No company is perfect and no doubt you could cite contrary examples, but by and large P&G employees (especially the newer ones) work hard to keep their jobs. If two days off boosts morale and productivity - so be it. Imperfect as it is, P&G's leadership decisions have been mostly solid. Dirk paid the price for the drop in 1999, that was not the employees or the companies fault. P&G had a technically brilliant foreign CEO who was unaware of the Wall Street and office politics of running a publicly traded U.S. multinational. I suspect that lesson has been learned. Good luck with your investments.