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5 days ago

Business Manager, Product Development Regulatory Lead

Genentech South San Francisco, CA

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5 days ago

Product Manager / Sr. Product Manager - ACTEMRA Medical Marketing

Genentech South San Francisco, CA

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20 days ago

Principal EH&S Program Manager, Safety

Genentech South San Francisco, CA

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16 days ago

Product Manager / Senior Product Manager, Multiple Sclerosis Speaker Programs

Genentech South San Francisco, CA

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14 days ago

Senior Program Manager/Principal Program Manager, University Talent Acquisition and Strategy

Genentech South San Francisco, CA

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14 days ago

Associate Project Coordinator/Project Coordinator, Research Contracts

Genentech South San Francisco, CA

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14 days ago

Product Manager / Sr. Product Manager, Xolair Marketing Strategy

Genentech South San Francisco, CA

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20 days ago

Product Manager/Senior Product Manager (PM/SPM) Promotions, venetoclax (GDC-199) Marketing Team - Hematology Franchise

Genentech South San Francisco, CA

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14 days ago

Bio-Oncology Product Manager/Sr. Product Manager, Managed Markets Launch Strategy (MMLS)

Genentech South San Francisco, CA

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14 days ago

Product Manager/Sr. Product Manager, Multiple Sclerosis - Managed Markets Launch Strategy (MMLS)

Genentech South San Francisco, CA

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    Former Employee - Group Product Manager in South San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Group Product Manager in South San Francisco, CA
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    I worked at Genentech full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    My time at GNE was great for my career and I loved the people I worked with. Overall the benefits package is fantastic and the bells and whistles add up. Back-up care through Bright Horizons was especially nice and I took advantage of it quite a few times over the years.

    Cons

    I agree with another review that the maternity leave is terrible. 6 or 8 weeks fully paid depending on if you have a c-section or not, then another 6 paid as much as required by the state where you live (which in the state where I lived was zero), then another 6 unpaid at your option. So up to 18 weeks off after the birth (20 weeks if a c-section). A generous amount of time, but mostly on your own dime. You can also go out on leave fully paid 4 weeks before your due date, but that time cannot be shifted to after the birth. For senior people not getting paid is manageable, but for more junior people it's hard to take 8 weeks without getting paid.

    Advice to Management

    Reconsider maternity leave and bring it into sync with other top companies, especially those on the Working Mother list.


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