No, we are not just stating the obvious. And yes, we would all like to work at/for Ferrari. In 2003, Ferrari was voted the best workplace in Italy, but this year they top that and receive the European "best place to work" award from the Great Place to Work Institute. And its not just because they offer the best lunch menu either (although Italian food is damn good and Ferrari does have a great restaurant for their employees). In the late 90's Ferrari started with their Formula Uomo project which covers three fundamentals.
  • workplaces and structures
  • professional training and international growth
  • personal and family benefits
  • More after the jump Noteworthy, in 2006 88,5% of Ferrari employees took a company sponsored training course to further their career.

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