The average pay for a Regional Manager is €70,489 a year and €34 an hour in Italy.
The average salary range for a Regional Manager is between €39,047 and €89,846.
On average, a Bachelor's Degree is the highest level of education for a Regional Manager.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Italy.
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Directs and coordinates regional activities of motor transportation company: examines and analyzes rates, tariffs, operating costs, and revenues to determine such needs or requirements as increase in rates and tariffs, reduction of operations and maintenance costs, and expansion of or changes in schedules or routes.
Prepares, for management evaluation, recommendations designed to increase efficiency and revenues and lower costs.
Directs, through subordinate management personnel, compliance of workers with established company policies, procedures, and standards, such as safekeeping of funds and tickets, personnel employment and grievance practices, and enforcement of union contracts and government regulations.
Reviews operational records and reports and refers to manuals, company instructions, and government regulations to detect deviations from operational practices and prepares directives to eliminate such infractions.
Investigates safeguards and inspects regional premises to ensure that adequate protection exists for company assets, property, and equipment.
Participates in union contract negotiations and settling of grievances.
Coordinates advertising and sales promotion programs for region.
Reviews replies to passenger complaints and settlement of claims for conformance with company public relations policies and procedures.
Inspects terminals for conformance with standards for cleanliness, appearance, and need of repair or maintenance, and directs corrective measures required to meet standards.