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I enjoyed the day to day change that came with the job. But it’s has a level of stress that comes with it.
The job is fun. But there’s a lot of ways to get thrown under a bus, bad be fired on the spot. I had to pay out of pocket for maintenance on the company truck, not to get paid back most of the time. “Including tires and oil changes.” It’s near impossible to get basic functioning equipment, and tend to fix your own problems when they come up.
It was a great contractor position covering for someone’s maternity leave. The AR team was very welcoming and helpful. It was overall a positive work environment.
Summary says it all. If Leadership was able to make better and more confident choices, I believe the company would be healthier and a safer place to work. Be forewarned that if you get hired here, your job is not safe and you will always be looking over your shoulder for the next cut/pivot.
I liked working there at first, but the years since have proved how incompetent of a management team we have. The brand is still awesome and will keep things going for a little bit, But, the company has zero vision and the CEO needs to go The company is best served if they are bought out by someone who knows what they are doing.
People that actually do all the work and are constantly making improvements do not get credit. If you are an alcoholic and do nothing then you are on the golden path. People in charge of the laptops sell them on the side in San Francisco love and haight shop on haight street in SF. Not ewasted, Sold off the records for personal gain.
before company went public we were like family and work in close knit environment. it changed over the years especially after went ipo company did not do well and lay-off's happened every year for the last 3 years. good benefits but not good in promotion unless you know someone.
Gave me the chance to learn several new things in a relatively short time. The hardest part of the job was being remote from the large development team.
The lack of real diversity was really apparent with only a conceptual idealistic plan to change it. This is more like GoBro than anything. The core values are written but not really a implemented standard throughout the company!
Cool product and some pretty cool people
Management is complacent and gone most of the time
Very good company, it gave us the opportunity to create videos, and to photograph, I was in charge of creating visual content and editing,
There's a lot of great people at GoPro, and I enjoyed working there. The hardest part working there was the rounds of lay offs that continued to happen. I'm hoping this will end in 2018.
Culture, Live IT and the employees, free cameras.
Business strategy not executed well, resulting in lay offs