Saturday, December 5, 2015

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group: Leading Toward a Brighter, Cleaner Future

The FCA Group (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles), one of the latest additions to DiversityWorking's prestigious roster of diversity company members, holds firmly to its principles of leading people, leading change upon which the Group is built to create a brighter, cleaner future.

As an international automotive company, it carries the following brands: Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Lancia, Ram, Ferrari and Maserati, in addition to the SRT performance vehicle designation and Mopar, the parts and service brand.

The FCA Group is a place where Leadership is a privilege, a noble calling, something that enriches people’s lives.

The FCA Group's work environment is a dynamic, multi-cultural setting, where its people are valued for their aptitudes, capabilities, and merits. At FCA, a diversity of cultures and knowledge animate dialogue, exchange and participation – a way of sharing ideas and projects to reach ambitious worldwide goals together.

At FCA, there is much room for professional as well as personal growth. Entry level positions are available for students and recent graduates, as well as wide range of job opportunities for the more experienced candidates. Moreover, FCA is able to inspire individual motivation through its strong people management processes. Dedicated development paths are provided globally, too.

Some figures concerning FCA Group's Human Resources: As of December 31, 2014,
4.3 million hours of training were provided;
66 million invested in training and skill-building initiatives;
165,000 employees hired

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recognized as a responsible leader for its commitment to taking steps to mitigate climate change and offering sustainable products and services. FCA was named to the Climate “A” List in the CDP Climate Change Program 2015, and achieved a transparency score of 98/100.

Recently, in a press event, FCA announced their $40 million investment to deploy 179 "class 8" parts hauling trucks from diesel to compressed natural gas (CNG). "Our transition to CNG reflects the way FCA US attempts to balance our search for profitability with social responsibility and community development, including environmental stewardship," said Steve Beahm, FCA US senior vice president of Supply Chain Management, FCA - North America. - See more at:, the largest diversity job board online, is a career opportunity resource and job search engine for the cultural diversity marketplace. Through, you can post jobs for veterans who can readily fill your diversity and equal employment opportunity requirements. Visit now.

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