Compare Fontana vs Wittur Group BETA

See how Wittur Group vs. Fontana compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 27 reviews)
(based on 17 reviews)
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Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Fontana Ceo  Kenneth R. Hunt
66% Kenneth R. Hunt
Wittur Group Ceo Walter Rohregger
100%Walter Rohregger
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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Featured Review

Current Employee - SCSA

I have been working at Fontana part-time for more than 3 years


The hours are flexible. A few people in lower management care about their staff. Mostly indoors work environment.


If you are not a full-time employee you are completely dispensable to the city and they make that known constantly, from how management and full-time treat part-timers to the decision they make when... cutting costs. Piggy-backing off of that if you have an opinion its near impossible to implement any sort of change, especially if it won't benefit the management/full-time and their fiscal funds. basically DON'T come to work here expecting good hours, your opinion to be heard, any beneficial compensation for your time/work/effort (especially if you have any sort of artistic skills cause they will just use you for every drop they can all for a very low price of,,,, minimum wage), or if you think that working for the city means anything beyond your low hourly rate. They are just another business and as much as they task us with promoting to the public how great the city is and how much they care about the public and people they have a funny way of showing it when it comes to their own employees so you decide how much weight that holds.

Advice to Management

- actually listen and act on the opinions and ideas your staff have - stop cutting costs at the expense of your own employees - practice what you preach in the work place, it'd make it easier for... us to portray positive outlooks/info to the public if it were implemented with us first - be kinder to you staff the world would be a better and easier place - from a practical stand point: practice better inter-departmental communication, distribute funds in a way that prioritizes employees, there is a marketing department; use it, and last but certainly not least happiness and positivity aren't negative traits :)

I worked at Wittur Group


German company having good market in India


Frequent change of Top mgmt. No transperancy

Advice to Management

Respect all employees equally, not just the MD

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