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Regional Financial Services Manager I

Mitsubishi Motors Full-time

4. Conduct customer retention meetings for groups of retailers in major markets on a rotational basis. On an as needed… Glassdoor

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Supervisor, Dealer Technical Support

Mitsubishi Motors Full-time

1. Supervise Techline call center operations to ensure that all callers are receiving correct product repair information. Ensure mechanisms/standards… Glassdoor

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Senior Statistician, Credit Risk

Mitsubishi Motors Full-time

1. Research, develop and implement statistical models to predict/monitor credit risk trends 2. Develop short-term and long-term delinquency and loss… Glassdoor

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Managing Counsel/Attorney

Mitsubishi Motors Full-time

1. Provide legal advice and guidance to MMCA management, departments and staff. 2. Perform and supervise legal research and analysis on various legal… Glassdoor

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Mitsubishi Motors President, Chief Business Ethics Officer, and Director Osamu Masuko
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    Bureaucracy, mismanagement, and poor communication

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    Current Employee - Engineer in Cypress, CA
    Current Employee - Engineer in Cypress, CA

    I have been working at Mitsubishi Motors


    Good benefits
    They have managed to stay afloat
    Flexible work schedule


    Lower than average pay
    Extensive micromanagement
    Some poorly chosen assignees and managers - Not all are bad. However some of the assignees are brought in from Japan to "manage" departments in which they know zero about. This typically results in micromanagement. Instead of the managers learning the ways of the group and learning the responsibilities and assignments, they come up with more forms, charts, status reports and quotas for you to meet. Other assignees are brought in without regard to their leadership skills and English speaking capabilities. Which can be a detriment to team building and communication.
    American staff work is treated sometimes just as suggestive rather than what is best, no matter how much experience you have in a particular matter.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hire more experts in the field and put more leadership in the US staff. Give the customers what they want instead of trying to just cut costs. Invest in research and tooling to produce new exciting vehicles at the Illinois plant. The way forward is to produce exciting cars that gain back respect to the Mitsubishi name. People used to be proud to say they owned and Eclipse (Turbo and AWD, just like what is popular on cars today). What happened to that particular model is an example of what not to do in the future.

    Mitsubishi still has a number of models that can complete but you can not afford to let them fall behind the pack. There has to be year to year improvements in styling and performance across the board. There needs to be a Lancer Ralliart without the super expensive TCSST trans, (i.e 5 or 6 speed manual). That would make it way more affordable and able to compete better price wise with the WRX and Mazdaspeed 3.

    EV research is great but realistically electric cars are not going to save the company.

    Where is a competitor for the Accord/Fusion/etc? The Galant of the early 2000's looked better (and scored better in comparison tests) than the one that practically no one knows exists today. Why is the Colt and Colt Ralliart not being sold here?... It can get 40mpg combined 150hp turbo and is only 2400 lbs, is blast to drive and has styling to match. This car would run circles around the Honda Fit and others.

    Bottom line is you need to keep people interested in the brand and slowly gain back the reputation what we had years ago. I have faith long term we can do it but do not forget what the customer really wants.

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