- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at FiatPros
High Compensation Package. 401K is greatCons
Slow processes. Still has the old school advancement mentality.RecommendsPositive Outlook
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Interview Details
The selection in Italy for fresh graduates is quite challenging, due to the high number of graduates seeking employement.
At first, I had a phone interview, then some logic and English language online tests to complete from home.
Then, I was called to show up for a full day of interviews. I've been interview with 7 different candidates for the R&D function, most of them with outstanding CVs and backgrounds. We had to present ourselves in English including in the presentation some random pictures they gave us.
We had a group business case to present, in which we had to choose between different suppliers for a specific component. Then more written English tests (answering to mail on paper, extremely short time) and logic tests (which I found really easy).
Finally, a session with 2 bosses and an HR for questions on both sides.
I've been informed of the positive results in a week.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsAs an entry level project engineer position, it was normal not to have much room for negotiation, and I didn't look for it. The conditions (pay and days off) are really competetive compared to what you can around.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
- Managing to answer so quickly to unknown corrispondence in written form. Good test to stress you up! Answer Question
The country that gave us Sophia Loren and Leonardo da Vinci also gave us the century-old Fiat. The group's cars range from models like the popular Fiat Nuova 500 to the Alfa Romeo, Ferrari (85% owned), and Maserati brands. Fiat holds a 53% stake in Chrysler, and has management control of the US carmaker. Fiat reorganized its operations in early 2011 and sent its agricultural and construction equipment (led by 89% owned CNH Global), commercial vehicles (Iveco), and most of the rest of its nonautomobile operations to the newly created Fiat Industrial.