Stellantis Employee Reviews about "people"
66% would recommend to a friend
(175 total reviews)
72% approve of CEO
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- "I would say the benefits are good once you are hired in as a full time associate" (in 115 reviews)
- "Good hours and pay for a temporary position" (in 94 reviews)
- "great people to work with and very helpful" (in 65 reviews)
- "Work life balance is good" (in 57 reviews)
- "Work from home is a good plus" (in 27 reviews)
- "Low salary and no increase" (in 83 reviews)
- "Lack of guidance from management and poor decision making" (in 80 reviews)
- "Long hours and very tough dealing with union" (in 40 reviews)
- "Since the PSA merger with FCA, the new corporate structure is FAT in Middle and Upper Management and very very Lean on actual Engineers." (in 24 reviews)
- "Crazy abrasive managers and bosses" (in 20 reviews)
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Updated Nov 27, 2023
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- 3.0Nov 21, 2021Design Release EngineerFormer Contractor, more than 5 yearsAuburn Hills, MI
Good work environment and people
No increase in salary and Management is not willing to hire people in H-1B VISA
- 2.0Dec 28, 2021Sales Planning ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsCoventry, England
Remote working, company car. Huge, profitable company with many career ladders to climb.
Currently, very disorganised with rapid changes to some poorly-thought out new processes which are lowering the productivity of the company. The resulting bottlenecks are rapidly eroding the previously friendly company culture as people turn on each other. See the massive drop in rating over the past year. Employees are leaving at a high rate at the moment as a result.6
- 3.0Apr 22, 2016IT Project ManagerFormer EmployeeIstanbul
Really good relationship with the people in PSA group.It is possible to work in different many project.PSA company is big company .
There are many bureaucracy and the process is very heavy.it could be happened unexpected conditions after then you have to do solutions yourself.
- 3.0Dec 8, 2015Anonymous InternCurrent Intern, less than 1 yearMadrid
They will teach you and help you, as they say working like the a normal employee is the best way to learn, so expect to work hard. You get some paid holidays and they will help you balance your studies with your working time.
Sometimes you get to many responsibilities but no authority. Some people work really hard and others barely work and they get the same recognition. No career opportunities.
- 4.0Apr 18, 2023Crisis Management SpecialistFormer Employee, less than 1 yearParis
Structure is really good and people are really helpful
HR is not cooperating and very late in replies
- 3.0Jul 27, 2021SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 8 years
Tuition assistance, lots of learning/growth opportunities, many faceted work types in the company. Medical and 401k benefits are good.
Older, authoritarian style of management used in lieu of more modern & empirical people centered management styles that address the needs of employees in order to cultivate higher productivity. Lack of respect for those truly doing the work at times. Those most productive often get dumped on rather than recognized and given opportunities to cultivate others in same practices. Upper management often fails to recognize their part in removing obstacles in order for their people to achieve the goals they set for them. Lots of promotion of system changes, following processes, but often falls flat when upper management mentality is solely focused on production regardless of method. Pay could be better for the responsibilities given, and work/life needs are often ignored. D&I is not real. It's promoted from corporate culture, but falls flat in execution at the plant level. Few recognized POC/Minorities in middle mgt positions, even fewer in upper/executive leadership positions.1
- 1.0Feb 22, 2022IT Infrastructure SpecialistCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsIndianapolis, IN
This company has good pay and great benefits.
No work life balance, hasn't staffed IT staff in the plants sufficient to support production 24/7, many IT staff are working 7 days a week and 10 or 12 hour days. The good pay comes at a cost to your family life. some sites are expected to support the plant on 24 hours x 7 with only 4 people. No reviews of salaries annually, some employees have not receive pay raises in over 6 years. Convoluted Performance Review process. Calibration meetings are held by managers for performance reviews where they use a bell curve to rate people and someone has to be low. Always finding faults behaviorally that are so minuscule. If you want to move up in the company don't take an IT job in the plant, you will never be allowed to interview for corporate positions.1
- 2.0Jan 8, 2023Design Release EngineerFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Get to work with people from multiple domains and get to meet some dedicated people. You will learn a lot in short time.
Unorganized, chaotic, too much time spent in meetings, lack of clear line of sight with the management. Some people just do PowerPoints and order people to get results no matter what without providing resources. Poor communication, and old and cumbersome processes waste time in prototyping.4
- 5.0Jul 24, 2022Quality AuditorCurrent Employee
My Career with this company has had its ups and downs. Let’s face the automotive industry, although quite lucrative, can be quite like a roller coaster. This corporation (Chrysler, Cerberus, Daimler, FCA, Stellantis) has seen me and my family through for nearly 30 years even through bankruptcy(of the corporation) I fared well. I am proud to say that I worked for my company and intend to keep showing the same loyalty to another company as I retire and relocate.
There’s a lot of people there which means it’s a small community. Just like everywhere else there’s good and bad. The problem is we make really good money and some people succumb to diversions they cannot leave at home.1