Profoto is a Swedish company that develops photographic flashes and other light shaping tools for professional photographers. It was founded in 1968 by Conny Dufgran and Eckhard Heine in Stockholm.
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Managers don't know what are they doing, but just keep pushing people to finish the projects. There is no work life balance, people work like slaves with underpaid. Between teams, there are blaming games all the time. Good people keep leaving. There is no further for the company."
Sales Executive (Former Employee) says"Extremely poor training conducted. Cramp every in a couple of days and expect new comers to understand the industry and how the company functions. Poor leadership throughout the departments with daily conflicts arise to poor communications."
Former Employee - Developer says"Don't expect advancement. Suburban offices. Watch out for people that have been there for 10 years or more. No flex time. Conservative culture."
Graphic Designer (Specialist) says"Speedy environment learnt a lot of self-management, workplace culture more close to Malaysian and china style. Having a great learning experience in this company."