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Marangoni Named a Top Employer in Italy

Marangoni has been ranked the thirteenth best Italian company to work for in the “Automotive and vehicle construction” sector.


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Marangoni has been ranked the thirteenth best Italian company to work for in the “Automotive and vehicle construction” sector. The study was done by German Statista, the largest international statistics company and collected the votes of over 15,000 workers from companies with over 250 employees, with a total of 1,900 Italian companies. The study was recently published in the national weekly magazine Panorama.

Marangoni ranked below companies like Ferrari, Lamborghini, Brembo and Magneti Marelli. In addition, the company was followed closely by Leonardo Finmeccanica and Bridgestone Italia. First is this sector are global brand names such as Ferrari and Lamborghini. 

The people, who were interviewed anonymously, were asked a dozen questions regarding their work conditions, satisfaction, and their work relationship with their direct managers.

Marangoni, when giving the news of this acknowledgement to their employees, thanked them for their expressed satisfaction and pointed out that their gratifying vote represents a further incentive to do even better, to make all work environments and the management of internal relations even more satisfactory.

“It is thus a very positive survey, which accurately confirms what we perceive on a daily basis in interpersonal relations with our employees,” said Dino Maggioni, Marangoni Group CEO. “For us, all this represents extraordinary encouragement to pursue the path we have already undertaken, to always do better in the management of an even better quality of the work environment, internal and external human relations and teamwork”.

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