Most people at D’Ieteren work 38 hours a week although there are also some alternative working schedules. You also receive 1 hour work time reduction per week, so this adds up to 6 days of additional holidays per year. Flexible work schedules and/or working from home are possible in many teams. The annual Brussels Motor Show in January is a busy period for many sales and support teams. Management positions receive an additional 5 days of compensatory rest per year.Answered by D'Ieteren Auto2 March 2020
At D’Ieteren Auto, we strongly believe that people are in the front seat of their own career. Not your employment, but especially your employability are central. You can count on support for this, primarily from your manager, but also through a wide range of development opportunities. You have a large choice of jobs, in for example commercial relations, IT, Logistics, Marketing and Finance. This variety of options allows you to shape your career. So what are you waiting for, make your move!Answered by D'Ieteren Auto2 March 2020
First step – Apply for the job you likeSecond Step – Analysis of all received Cv’s, screening and first selectionThird Step – Interview with a recruiter in charge of the open positionFourth Step – Interview with the hiring managerFifth – (only for some opportunities) – One day assessmentEnd – Contract offerAnswered by D'Ieteren Auto2 March 2020
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