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The Italian Navy is the Navy of the Italian Republic. It is one of the four branches of Italian Armed Forces and was formed in 1946 from what remained of the Regia Marina (Royal Navy) after World War II. As of August 2014, the Italian Navy had a strength of 30,923 active personnel, with approximately 184 vessels in service, including minor auxiliary vessels. It is considered a multiregional and a blue-water navy.

On March 2018 a employee wrote for Indeed a review about The Italian Navy, with the title "A neverending fall": In the last ten years work life and job/life balance have been continuously decreasing, compensations has not increased since euro kicked in so now it's fairly enough for living in small cities, it's barely above poorness if a family has to live in Rome or Naples

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Host (Former Employee) says

"The work environment felt very pretentious , judgmental, and snobby (the employees). There were alway 3- 4 managers working each shift leaving the hosts with nothing to do besides taking turns walking guests to their tables or showing people where the hotel basement restroom was since there wasn't one in the restaurant. You could definitely tell all the management staff was from their New York location because their attitudes and vibe didn't fit in with the friendly outgoing Colorado personalities who dine there . Cons: short hours and lots of standing around"

Pastry Cook (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed the challenge and fast paced environment. There is a lot of pressure and high standards and the work place requires and demands integrity and pride in your work, that was what spoke volumes to me."

Chef De Cuisine (Current Employee) says

"There were a lot of pluses to work here unfortunate the negative ones outweighed the positives. Probably the biggest down fall is the management there. Cons: Management"

Meredith says

"So bad experience.. They said i was eligible and then i discovered i wasn't. And I had problems with some discrepancies on ancestors name."

Tracy Shoman says

"They did get all my documents and were professional and responsive but I was not properly prepared for my consulate appointment as they missed important mistakes on my documents and neglected to have me get a document filled out by a relative and notarized. After the abysmal consulate appointment, they said they just get the documents and couldn't help me and I should look on a forum for what to do next. They had said they would help me be prepared for the appointment but I was unprepared and had glaring problems."

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