Genentech is recognized for providing our employees with some of the most competitive and comprehensive benefits in the country. In 2015, we were ranked on FORTUNE Magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For" for the 17th consecutive year.
Far more important than public recognition, though, is the motivation behind making Genentech a truly great place to work. We believe that you, as an employee, matter above everything else. We back that statement up continuously with a unique approach to providing you with great benefits and valuable resources. Our benefits packages and resources are designed to support you in creating the life and work style that brings your best to your community, your family and Genentech's mission of addressing significant unmet medical needs.
Best - many benefits available Worst - employee contributions keep going up
You don't get anything but your hourly pay and 3days sick visit. That's it. If you stay a year health benefits are offered through your supplier.
Health Insurance Coverage has been steadily declining since Obamacare. Was formerly a "Cadillac Plan", now more like a Toyota.
Great benefit package! Genentech takes good care of their people.
The good thing is that we have resources to do interesting research. Downside is that the organization is becoming bigger with more process
No increase in vacation days with increased seniority
Great daycare, good bonus, 401k Matching, they make sure you have the technology you need to do your job, which is great!
The benefits may sound great, but they'll fire you if you actually need to use the important benefits more than once. If you want to work for this company, only have one kid and make sure you save up lots of money since it will take months to get your pay once you start leave.
Health insurance is very good. 401k contribution is high. vacation and sabbatical time off is strong. year end closing means Xmas off. On site haircuts. Vision and dental benefits.
There are no benefits packages for contractors at Genentech
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