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Panini is an Italian company headquartered in Modena, Italy, named after the Panini brothers who founded it in 1961. The company produces books, comics, magazines, stickers, trading cards, and other items through its collectibles and publishing subsidiaries. Panini distributes its own products and products of third party providers.

Panini has a poor quality shipping service and products arrive in horrible conditions, josericardo90 wrote a review at

"Very poor quality of shipping service. The book is great, but it arrived in horrible conditions. As a collector, this is not the quality of service I would expect from Panini. I would expect the vendor to at least wrapped the book with clear wrap plastic. Pictures show more than words."


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Accounts Payables Specialist (Former Employee) says

"This company does not appreciate its employees. Management has no idea or concern to the struggles employees are having with other departments all they care about profits. Company has no leadership or structure or training."

Accounting / Finance (Former Employee) says

"This may be one of the worst places to work if you are in finance and accounting. The Finance department routinely works until AM hours. Expect to work 80 hrs a week. The CFO does nothing to help other than beat down the staff. Unless you are unemployed and about to go bankrupt, I wouldn't work here. Cons: their health care is expensive and you get a whole $100 per year in matching."

Payment/Contract Coordinator (Current Employee) says

"This company constantly makes bad business decisions. They treat employees horribly when it comes to compensation. The hire managers that have absolutley no clue. Cons: terrible pay, terrible benefits, no room to grow"

Senior Accountant/Financial Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Management was aware of issues within the organization and acted like they wanted to change the culture, however, no changes were actually made. There was a lot of back stabbing and put downs and game playing. Revolving door in Accounting/Finance Cons: Management"

Electronic Test Technician (Former Employee) says

"Very poor management the supervisor is a joke and head people in offices are jokes one employee in exact is very creepy and inappropriate I did not like this job they pay wasn’t even all that"

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"The people there were very strange. Made you feel uncomfortable. Horrible hr she was very rude and had a messy office. She deserved to be spit at. I work in the office where people made fun of me for how I dress. Nobody took the time to help me. When I first came everybody was talking bad about joe and still does when he is not there and bends the rules. Cons: Horrible people"

Fulfillment Specialist (Current Employee) says

"There were never organized right they would change their company's policies that would make rules every day every week every end of the month that would have something new but they were never organized"

Senior photo editor (Current Employee) says

"i'd really rather not go into too much detail....this should be a really fun job making sports cards. Unfortunately, that is not the culture there, for whatever reason."

Online Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"Panini has a lot of work to do to be able to stay the forefronting force. Some of the people are impossible to work with and don't get discipline much but are still in the company. It's very laid back and if you can deal with the drama and lack of raise as promised then go for it. The work is easy and simple to do also. Cons: Hurry up and wait mentality, barely any promising raises, don't go as a temp worker."

Assistant Brand Manager (Former Employee) says

"I started out after a knee surgery had me jobless as a customer service rep. I worked in that dept for 2 years and got promoted to Product Development. I worked for one year managing digital apps via Apple & Android. I was then promoted to Assistant Brand Manager of Football. I learned a lot about professionalism and the corporate world while working for Panini. I did not disagree with the management they had in place. The managers were very cocky and arrogant (egotistical) & there was no more room for advancement. The guy that I was partnered up with in football was self absorbed and did not care about training me properly. It was only until management came down on them did he remotely show interest in my well being as far as skills/training go to get the job done right. Eventually, I left this company as they had no willingness to partner me with someone else with more tenure and respect with in the company. I saw that it was a dead end job and decided to move on. Cons: Management, growth opportunity, frat house like work enviorment"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Panini America full-time Cons: The CEO seeks to pit managers against each resulting in constant tension between departments and infighting. Department managers use chaos to confuse their advisories, preserve their standing with the CEO and deflect their inability and lack of performance."


"I worked at Panini America for more than 3 years Cons: building is divided into have nots (90%) and haves (10%) - the haves get every perk causing tension and low morale- upper management team is weak, petty and divisive - pressure to reach unattainable budget numbers - great is not good enough - political infighting among senior management - each with their own agenda - so much quality driven away due to paranoid exec team"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Panini America full-time Cons: a massive amount of turnover - not all departments are treated equally - most company perks (tickets, products, event participation) are always for the chosen few - marketing dept receives every perk - some departments receive none - ever competent CEO is surrounded by weak childish VPs ( production VP is the exception) who are given complete control of their departments - major tension among departments . Marketing runs the business - rather than sales or the product team."

Current Employee - Controller says

"I have been working at Panini America full-time Cons: Limited work life balance at times."

Former Employee - Product Development says

"I worked at Panini America full-time Cons: - Not much room to advance upwards - Pay is well-behind market average - Departments outside of PDT need consistent direction and bicker all the time"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Panini America full-time Cons: Lots of blaming and finger-pointing when errors occur, poorly managed prepress department"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Panini America full-time Cons: Lack of unified leadership and accountability. Fear-based culture leading to finger-pointing and CYA."


"I have been working at Panini America Cons: The industry is dying and slow moving."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Panini America full-time for more than 10 years Cons: Recent rapid growth has strained the processes and workflow causing tremendous stress for employees. Salaried employees are expected to be available 24/7 - even while on vacation or sick leave. Pay levels are below local averages."


"I have been working at Panini America Cons: The transition of Donruss to Panini seems to be taking a long time."

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