Christophe Dridi, Dacia: It Is Harder to Hire in Romania than in France

06.26.2019 By Bogdan Alecu

Renault seeks to hire up to 350 people in Romania, in engineering, IT-digital, supply chain, purchasing, quality, finance, marketing and shared services positions and is getting ready to move all its 3,000 employees in Bucharest to the new headquarters developed by Globalworth in the west of the city, says Christophe Dridi, managing director of automobile Dacia and Groupe Renault Romania.

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