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Michelin CEO Jean-Dominique Senard
Jean-Dominique Senard
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    Current Employee - Manager in Gurgaon, Haryana (India)
    Current Employee - Manager in Gurgaon, Haryana (India)
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    Very good company to work for, I will always recommend the company to work for short term basis or if you are planning to take retirement from one company then its the best for you. Freedom to work (for your boss and not for your company). Great work life balance Only few employees are properly engaged rest all are free and know how to pass on their works to others. Have very good ethics on papers and very good work culture except India (where politics is dominant) Its the best company where each employee knows others guys work best then his own


    Poor salary standards Its the best company who believes in ruining the carrier of each performing employees by shifting his role after every 3-4 years on the name of carrier advancement and progression plan Managers know best how to ruin the images of his/her team mates in front of top management and top management have blind faith on there middle managers (who are actually good for nothing and they cant even get job anywhere else). Managers don't have any work apart from planning for evening wine parties. Even commercial director/top managers decide carrier of employees inside the wine shop only after having drinks. If you are good in buttering then you can be sent/posted out of India even if you don't know how to work. they don't need experts in one field

    Advice to Management

    Please sack all of your TOP management and Sales and Marketing team. Focus on Basics. Do check what competition is doing, learn from Indian tire manufactures or at-least learn from Bridgstone, Do carrier audits in SP. Turbo is pathetic project. Hire back all ex Michelin employees they were real gems which you have lost due to your own policies atleast (people who spent more than 5 years and more with you)

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