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Sanitec was a large European producer of sanitaryware. It was based in Helsinki, owned by the Swedish private equity firm EQT (has been owning 77.5% of Sanitec since 2009, 100% before) and owned several European ceramics brands with 18 production plants. Annual revenue in 2012 was €753 million.

Sanitec employees have limited support from Human Resources, work-life balance is poor, there is no progression development for team members and no transparency, according to a review by a former employee at glassdoor.com

"No progression/performance development for functional/service team members. Limited support and accountability from HR. Work / Life balance is very poor. No transparency."

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Former Employee - Digital Marketing Manager says

"Salary and conditions, organizational culture, management culture, office locations, status quo, hierarchy, slow processes, too many decision-making forums. Regional marketing team leaders are obsolete. Global digital marketing is run by a person who does not have the skills or the knowledge."

Current Employee - Sales & Marketing says

"commission on sales do not match"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Focus on profit than company development. Highly bureaucratic and process-laden."