Pros: flexible time, 2 awgs, trainings, travels expenses, healthcare, injury insurance, pension treatments
Cons: roles stated in the hiring contract are not related to the effective activities, no clear organization chart and roles, kpi system used improperly, slow professional growth, overtime avoidable with better work of managers and more effective internal procedures, lack of formal communications
Frequent lacks of supervision on activities by line manager; excess of delegation in an informal way so that organization chart is not adhering to the effective status, then no clear who and what.
Very good class training activities organized mostly in Venice, NE Italy or inside high tech test laboratories in Turin, NW Italy.
Quite good training on the job, but mostly depending on the trainer.
Likelihood to visit several shipyards, captains and owners and learn different environments as well as crew members of different nationality. Access to the high tech and specialized shipyards.
Likelihood to travel around Northern and Central Italy and visited plenty of new locations.
Attendance in fairs.
After implementing on-line meeting and conferences, there was still excess of meeting in person, requiring overtime and money.
Most of communications are not formal and not shared in the team building or sometimes issued very late as related to results required by clients.
Used my knowledge and competence from degree and diplomas at 80%.
No defined career path ahead. No proper implementation of KPI system by most of local managers.
Very good relationships with most of the clients.
Good relationships with most of the colleagues too.