Stellantis Benefits

Stellantis is the merged automaker created after FCA and PSA Group formally merged this week. It will manage 14 brands and boasts a commitment to electrification with 29 electric models currently available and plans for 39 by 2025.

CEO Carlos Tavares said at the press conference that he’s focused on creating a “highly effective company.” He used the word synergies a lot, too.

Health & Wellness

The company’s employees can access healthcare benefits such as health insurance and life insurance. They also get paid time off for vacation and sick days. They have a health and wellness program called “Check to Protect” that raises awareness about safety recalls on vehicles.

In addition to being one of the world’s top automakers, Stellantis is a leader in mobility and sustainability. The company’s global reach spans more than a dozen countries. Its brand portfolio includes Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, DS Automobiles, Opel and Peugeot from FCA, and Maserati and Citroen from PSA Group.

The company was awarded a Best Employer for Health and Well-being award by the Business Group on Health (BGH) in 2023. The company has onsite wellness centers in Detroit; Kokomo, Indiana; and Toledo, Ohio. Stellantis offers domestic partner benefits in the United States, which aligns with its commitment to diversity and inclusion. It was the first domestic automaker to offer the benefit in 2000, before same-sex marriage became legal in the country.

Home & Financial & Retirement

Stellantis employees enjoy a competitive employee stock purchase plan, free group insurance policies (health, dental, and vision), a company-matched 401(k) program, flexible spending accounts and health savings accounts, paid holidays, and time off. They also get access to employee discounts on vehicles, home, pet, and personal electronics insurance, and tuition reimbursement.

It’s worth noting that the company’s long-term strategic plan, Dare Forward 2030, projects dramatically increased net revenue and includes a projection for a fully funded U.S. pension plan. This is an aspirational goal that could change in the future, however, given the current trend of companies de-risking their defined benefit pension plans by buying out retirees’ annuities with private insurers.

Stellantis values its employees and strives to create a world-class automotive and manufacturing company that is admired for its products and emulated for its integrity. The company builds unique, high-performance vehicles for individuals and is known for its attention to detail and craftsmanship.

Perks & Discounts

Currently, employees at the company can purchase new vehicles at discounted rates. The program is open to current employees and their eligible family members. Employees can find more information about the perks and discounts offered at Upoint Digital by logging in with their User ID and password.

Upoint Digital provides a centralized portal for the entire company, offering employees and contractors an easy way to access all of their benefits. The online portal also provides access to important documents, trainings and other resources.

The merger between FCA and PSA brings 14 vehicle brands under one roof. The combined company now includes Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Citroen, Dodge, DS Automobiles, Fiat, Jeep, Lancia, Maserati, Opel and Peugeot. The company is hoping to reap billions in savings from the deal. Its goal is to become a leader in the next era of mobility while upholding the heritage and values of its founding companies. The new company will be led by former PSA CEO Carlos Tavares.

Diversity & Inclusion

More businesses are encouraging diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in their workplaces as a feat of social impact and as a way to build more creative teams. stellantis, owner of brands like Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Peugeot and Citroen, is no exception.

In fact, it’s integrating DEI into its business strategy. As the company grows and its teams become more diverse, it wants to ensure that the employees’ needs are met.

This is why stellantis recently earned meaningful recognition by the editors of DiversityInc, which named it one of its 2021 Top 50 Companies for Diversity and to its specialty lists of Top Companies for People with Disabilities and Top Employers for Latinas. It also earned a score of 90% on Disability Equality Index.

The company’s diversity efforts also include the Prism business resource group, which serves employees from affinity communities such as African ancestry, Hispanic, Asian, women, middle eastern and disabled. It was the first major corporation to provide domestic partner benefits for same-sex couples in 2000, and continued that tradition after same-sex marriage became legal in the U.S. following the Obergefell decision.