Working at Ferrari
Ferrari is a company that values excellence, so it is always looking for progressive people who can help it innovate, and who are passionate about Ferrari and automotive excellence.
Ferrari values the individual first. A person's freedom to express him or herself is given highest priority, because Ferrari believes this is the key to creative and successful team collaboration.
The selection process is detailed and precise – just what you might expect from a company that depends on meticulous and uncompromising attention to detail. Candidates are examined not only on their professional, technical and academic excellence, but also for their compatibility with Ferrari principles and values.
Ferrari knows that the best performance is only achieved if employees feel empowered and appreciated. Ferrari also believes that the quality of its cars cannot be separated from the lives of the people working at the Ferrari plant. That's why the working environment and welfare of the people working there are the most important priorities.
The Ferrari plant is a model work environment. The philosophy behind the creation of Ferrari's production areas dictated that buildings and their functions should be designed with the needs of employees firmly in mind. This philosophy became known as Formula Uomo. Consequently, the newly renovated Ferrari complex now combines carefully designed lighting systems, green areas (there are over 100 trees along the roads around the factory), a new restaurant, climate control, noise damping, and special measures aimed at reducing environmental impact, with advanced technologies. The Ferrari complex was specifically designed to architecturally reinforce the synergic relationship between work and results.
Ferrari employees also benefit from an extensive range of education, fitness and wellbeing programmes. Formula Benessere raises health awareness and offers specialist check-ups, while Formula Benessere Junior aims to foster an early interest in sport, fitness and wellbeing in employees’ children. Language lessons are also offered, along with an ongoing training programme covering both the professional development and the specific interests of employees.
And as a result, Ferrari believes that visitors to the Maranello factory will discover not only innovative cars, but a world of ecological and technological research, carried out by people making the best possible use of their talents and passion.