With the kind of fools that run the division and work for the division in Pleasanton, CA -- both Roche Molecular Systems and Roche Sequencing, can't wait for this filthy company to have massive layoffs and completely die-out. These people are too... — read more
Confirmed: Product dev. Jobs on the line
Roche Diabetes Care Layoffs soon
I'm in Indy and I heard this from colleague in Mannheim: Layoffs planned for around April 2019. 1000+ to be affected. Package will be offered for those not quite retirement age yet. What have you heard?
Roche Severance Payment
Is it true that Roche may be decrease the overall compensation offered via severance payments for the upcoming layoffs. Please let me know if you know anything.
Roche layoffs 2015
2015 layoffs will be massive, a few patents are expiring and Roche's salesforce is bloated. You'll see probably around 500 jobs cut in 2015 across Roche.
Roche Carolina Layoffs in 2016 possible?
Do you know if clinical supplies coming out of RCI have been held up? Is this a contamination issue? Some trials are definitely going to be delayed if this is true - how about layoffs in 2016?
Roche Diabetes Care - Indianapolis Layoffs @ Roche (March 2017)
FTE layoffs - about 133 - we will also can 24 contractors.
Layoffs in Santaclara
Heard from a friend, a whole department has been laid off. Some of them were hired very recently a year or less. The future is bleak for this division in core research. Yet they continue to lure experienced people to hire and fire later. Stay away... — read more
I left in 2011. I was laid off together with almost 2000 people even though sales were up (Avastin, Herceptin and Xeloda hit all times high sales numbers) and things were improving. I was let go after 21 year with the company, many weekends spent at... — read more
2013 Layoffs at Roche
Roche's 454 Life Sciences subsidiary axed around 100 jobs in Penzberg, Germany and 60 here in the states (Branford, CT) - this happened almost a year ago (I think in April 2013) - I used to work at this location (Branford) - I'd say almost 50% of all... — read more