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I worked at Genentech as a contractor (less than a year)
Working here is a lot easier if you just act nice with your coworkers, work hard, finish up your assigned job and go home which is pretty much what I did and it turned out to be fine. Communications is key. So is being a team player.
Oh, they have a great campus too.
Politics. Like I said, act nice, work hard and you will be fine.
Shift (not a con but something to watch out). Your shift members play an important role in your career here. It all depends on how many are willing to train you? How many simply sit around their desks doing nothing?
Micromanagement. One-one meeting with higher authorities if you're a blue badge. Again, you'll be fine if you finish up your job daily before you leave.
Advice to Management
Stop the hiring spree and work hard to keep your employees.