The blues of the French employees of Stellantis


A Stellantis employee on an assembly line in Hourdain (Nord-Pas-de-Calais) in October. SAMEER AL-DOUMY/AFP

DECRYPTION – Former PSA employees are struggling to recognize their group two years after the merger with Fiat Chrysler (FCA).

Disenchantment at Stellantis. While the mandatory annual negotiations (NAO) which relate to remuneration and working conditions open in a week, the trade unions are preparing their arguments against a backdrop of dissatisfaction. Culture, dialogue, salary, organization: the reasons for disappointment are numerous.

The French employees of PSA, which have become those of Stellantis, are struggling to recognize their group two years after the merger with Fiat Chrysler (FCA). “Some employees have their boss in Italy or the United States and have never seen him», Says an executive of the manufacturer who has become Franco-Italian-American. A bit as if Stellantis had become a “world company”, far removed from its French roots. And its tradition of “co-construction”, this expression invented by PSA to translate the fruitful dialogue between management and unions. Even though Carlos Tavaresthe group’s chief executive, continues to cite the quality of social dialogue as an example.

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