As part of the editorial initiative dedicated to the topic of internships, the company has also been assigned the “OK Stage” approval seal thanks to the above the average number of hires after internships
Magneti Marelli is entering into the selected network of companies that meet the precise requirements of intern protection and training, established by the "Repubblica degli Stagisti".
"Repubblica degli Stagisti" is an Italian editorial initiative and an online newspaper set up in 2009 which, over the years, has become a national reference point on the theme of corporate internships. The initiative has the main objective of identifying meeting points between students, undergraduates, new graduates and the business world through the use of the internship.
Among the requirements for companies to become part of the Repubblica degli Stagisti network, there are ensuring an adequate salary at the level of specialisation and making public the number of interns and the percentage of young people who are integrated within the company at the end of their experience.
Besides the entrance into network, the Repubblica degli Stagisti has also assigned to the company the “OK Stage” seal for 2015. “OK Stage” is an acknowledgement awarded to those companies in the network that, in addition to complying with the intern charter of rights, declare a recruitment rate at the end of the internship of at least 30%, or nearly three times the national average of 12%.
In 2014, the reference year for the 2015 “OK Stage” Approval Seal, in Italy alone there were 210 interns (of which 46 were curricular) who have been able to further their professional skills within Magneti Marelli in all the areas in which the company is committed. Of these, 55% have been hired at the end of the internship.
"In Magneti Marelli - said Stefano Facchetti, Head of People and Organization Development di Magneti Marelli - there are over two hundred young people who come into the company for an internship every year. This is an important resource, and a great opportunity for us to get to know them in depth by giving them the possibility to be included in a dynamic environment which is constantly evolving."
In 2014, Magneti Marelli hired over 400 people in Italy including over 200 within the Research and Development department for the latest technologies in the fields of electronics, lighting and powertrain.
Milan, 1st February 2016
Magneti Marelli designs and manufactures advanced systems and components for the automotive industry. With 89 production units, 12 R&D centres and 26 application centres in 19 countries, more than 38,000 employees and a turnover of 6.5 billion euros in 2014, the group supplies all the leading car makers in Europe, North and South America and the Far East. Business areas include Electronic Systems, Lighting, Engine Control Systems, Suspensions and Shock Absorbers, Exhaust Systems, Aftermarket Parts & Services, Plastic Components and Modules, and Motorsport. Magneti Marelli is part of the FCA.