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  • Fake job advertisements are increasingly appearing on the internet and on social media. Following a few steps will help you to identify fake job ads and protect yourself if you suspect a scam.

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    Fake job advertisements are increasingly appearing on the internet and on social media. Following a few steps will help you to identify fake job ads and protect yourself if you suspect a scam.

  • Meet Kai, Medical Manager at Roche: "I find it very exciting to engage in exchanges with the physicians and to learn from them. At the same time I have the feeling that my work is really helpful. As team we are in contact with diverse interest groups and try to bring their perspectives together."

    Scientific expert in the service of the patient

    Writing a publication and waiting for someone to read it - this is something Kai Dittmann was no longer willing to settle for after a few years involvement in scientific work. He wished to get direct feedback and that his projects have a measurable effect.

  • It's great to see our colleagues in Budapest engaging in the 3rd annual "Month of Giving Back": Everyone is donating gifts in beautifully wrapped boxes for a humanitarian aid or raising money through a cookie fair to make a present to a kindergarten for homeless children. Take a sneak peek into our Hungarian office!

  • Meet Virginia and Björn: "After a lunch with colleagues and a visit to a Christmas market finally set the starting signal for a life together."

    Love at the workplace: Sparks in the coffee kitchen

    German employees spend 46 working weeks per year in the company. This is about 1750 hours, which we - sometimes more, sometimes less enjoyably - experience together with our employees. Especially with a family run company like Roche it is hardly surprising that out of some collegial teams something more develops in the end.

  • How do you celebrate the holiday season in your company?

  • Meet Richard, Head Quality Control in DOMS: "Whenever three people come together, you learn something. With Penzberg, Mannheim and Suzhou, we are three.”

    Richard Tassoni, Head of Quality Control in DOMS

    "I am a chemist - and I have worked in DOM for 13 years. Roche is not my first job in the pharmaceutical-chemical industry. After I completed my university education, I took on managerial duties in my very first job - in those days, however, in the sense of 'learning by doing'.

  • Meet Rebecca, Quality Control Diagnostics Operations Mannheim: "The variety in my work motivates me every day to come to work. Since I work on different projects, I deal with different interfaces. I like this a lot."

    Rebecca Schoenlaub, Quality Control Diagnostics Operations Mannheim

    Rebecca Schoenlaub works in Roche Diagnostics in Mannheim in Diagnostics Operations Mannheim. She has worked for Roche since 2007 and has also been involved with Quality Control in DOMC in Mannheim since then.

  • In case you ever want to consider working in an environment full of different backgrounds and diversities make sure to have us on your list. What do you think are the benefits of diversity in the workplace?

    Diverse backgrounds of our employees

    "It´s thrilling to be able to feel the power of such a large affiliate, that has so much potential and to have the possibility to shape the medical strategy in Germany, but also on a global level." One statement of one of the four employees, who have different backgrounds and jobs.

  • By 2020, half of the global workforce will be made up of Millennials or Generation Y who are already on their way to becoming a majority. What do you think is the percentage of Millennials currently working at Roche?
    - 16%
    - 25%
    - 34%

    Reverse mentoring: it's a two-way street

    Özge Uzun is aged just 26. She is tech-savvy and a whizz with social media. When she joined Roche Pharma Turkey in the training centre just two years ago, it was her first job. Since then, she has already risen through the ranks to become an assistant to the General Manager.

  • Meet Dirk, Head of Test Strip Assembly DOMA: "I am motivated by the values at Roche: Courage, passion, and integrity. We bravely tackle new challenges and develop a strong passion for optimizing the interfaces and lowering the production costs in order to ultimately design a process flow that keeps getting faster and faster.”

    Dirk Schulz, Head of Test Strip Assembly DOMA (Diagnostics Operations, Assay Production Mannheim)

    Dirk Schulz, Head of Operations for test trip assembly in Test Strip Production, works in Assay Production in Mannheim (DOMA). He joined Roche Diagnostics in 1990. After working in several positions in central Engineering in Mannheim, he moved to Test Strip Production at the end of 2005 and has worked there ever since.

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