Employees are our most important resource

AddLife’s dedicated employees have high expertise and are experts on the products we sell, which is crucial if we are to be a leading market player and offer a broad product range of high-quality equipment and knowledge-intensive services. Consequently, AddLife takes a multi-level long-term approach to provide employees with outstanding personal development opportunities.

AddLife’s different areas of operation require different skills and experience. Our product specialists (sales representatives) usually have a background in biomedicine or nursing. Application specialists usually have a longer and more extensive education in biomedicine, such as a doctorate or master’s degree. AddLife’s service technicians have a technical background and are usually engineers. The common denominator for all of our employees is a high level of expertise and a strong sense of commitment. They focus on the customer and work together to improve AddLife’s business as well as its organisation.

Corporate culture with a soul

We have a well-established corporate culture with a shared value system that serves as a compass for our employees. Our corporate philosophy – which we call our SOUL –
describes how we relate to our duties, customers, partners, employees and society. The SOUL provides all Group employees with a shared philosophy, in which business skills and freedom with responsibility are fundamental.

I love working in the AddLife family with all my professional colleagues and successful sister companies.

Peter Öberg, Servicetekniker BergmanLabora

AddLife Academy has fiven me many useful tips and a thorough education in high-level business skills.

Gitika Emberland, Produktspecialist BioNordika

AddLife Academy for all employees

Our own business school, AddLife Academy, provides a growth opportunity for our employees, builds a shared value system and ensures the supply of leaders. All employees attend the Academy, which is an important platform from which to raise the level of professionalism among employees, especially with respect to business skills.