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Groupe PSA´s roots deepen in Slovakia

Groupe PSA is constantly extending its portfolio of activities in Slovakia. They not only manufacture cars here, but also carry out accounting, auditing, purchasing and other activities.

In 2003, the Groupe PSA started writing its remarkable story in Slovakia. Since this time, it has been taking even deeper roots here as its strategic investment in its newest plant in Europe has already exceeded €1 billion.

Groupe PSA has manufactured more than 2.5 million cars in total here since the beginning of the assembly-line production in Trnava back in 2006. More than 80 percent of the production is destined for EU markets.

The carmaker keeps reaching new records in car production, due especially to the modern model novelty Citroën C3, whose production was launched in September 2016.

The company´s 3,500 employees produce 60 vehicles per hour in it´s 183-hectare plant. This amounts to 1,350 vehicles per day.

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Groupe PSA is constantly extending its portfolio of activities in Slovakia. They not only manufacture cars here, but also carry out accounting, auditing, purchasing and other activities. Currently, they have a Central Purchasing Unit for Central and Eastern Europe along with a Centre of Accounting Services for Germany, Switzerland, Austria and Central European countries. The latter relocated from Germany to Trnava in early 2016.

The carmaker provides its employees with an extensive range of benefits including educational opportunities, extra time off, supplementary pension savings and the possibility of renting a car under favourable conditions.

Some of the benefits include:

  • Car rental– the employee can rent a new Citroën C3 for €111 per month
  • A share in the economic results of the company after working in the company for at least one year
  • Supplementary pension savings – the employer contributes 3 percent and the employee 1.7 percent of the wage monthly
  • Life and accident insurance valid around the globe and fully covered by the employee
  • A monthly financial contribution for benefits to be used within a cafeteria system. Employees can spend this in more than 1,700 units across Slovakia on fuel, sport tickets, cultural events, health care and more
  • An extensive list of trainings and participation in new projects in the form of On The Job Training in Slovakia as well as abroad for the development of technical, managerial and language skills
  • Micro-sponsoring, a scheme that allows employees to ask for support for their free-time activities and hobbies for up to €500 per project
  • Catering
  • Loyalty reward for working anniversary
  • Company events organised for employees and their families and friends
  • Original Christmas presents
  • Company flats
  • Health care
  • Sale of vehicles
  • Social assistance during the birth of a child or serious life situations
  • Time off beyond the law

We are looking for trainees!

We are looking for dedicated students or graduates with an interest in accounting and financial services, to whom we can offer long-term cooperation, practical experience and the opportunity of a permanent job.

Our programmes for trainees are interesting rather than monotonous and routine. Trainees gain practical experience in various fields, which gives them the tools they need to work at Groupe PSA or somewhere else.

PSA benefits from this program because they can recruit workers they already know. This enables them to shorten the process of recruitment as well as training for the given position. Students can also complete projects conducted by Groupe PSA at a faster rate.

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