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Customer Relations Reporting Executive

Fiat Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

The main purpose of the role is to control and report on department performance on a daily/weekly and monthly basis to ensure that the department is…

16 days ago

Telephone Appointment Executive

Fiat Slough, Berkshire, South East England, England

Working in conjunction with a number of Specialist Automotive Dealers with a drive to grow their fleet business, your primary objective will be…

16 days ago

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FIAT Saujon

en toute autonomie, vous utilisez le matériel de diagnostic, vous recherchez les pannes. des connaissances en électricité automobile sont exigées… Adzuna France

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Fiat CEO; CEO, Fiat Auto and Director Sergio Marchionne
Sergio Marchionne
20 Ratings

    Disappointing - stressfull

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    I worked at Fiat full-time (more than 3 years)


    They will finally have an interesting product portfolio in a few years. I hope it brings back hope and motivation.


    I worked at the HQ in one of the European country.
    Management was very poor. The rating system didn't leave any space for discussion. I felt like the company didn't have any vision on the long term, and was changing plans and strategy everyday. Employees were always working under stressful conditions, trying to follow up with executive's always changing strategies.
    Many talentuous employees and manager had already left the company, and many remaining managers were not skilled enough to do the job.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Provide more employee appreciation
    When needed, don't hesitate to get rid of bad managers. It will end up less expensive than loosing motivation, commitment, and ultimately... employees

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