As one of the top companies to work for around the world, Roche offers employees one of the most comprehensive benefits programs in the industry.
A number of programs reflect Roche’s ' unique workplace and provide employees with opportunities to celebrate the culture, learn more about the company, support the community, continue their education, and achieve their personal and professional goals.
Roche also offers a wide variety of benefits, services and programs designed to make it easier and more convenient for employees to manage the sometimes difficult task of juggling work and everyday life.
At Roche people drive our business and are a top priority. Because we realize each person has different personal requirements, we strive to provide a complete benefits package that is competitive and, more importantly, meets the diverse needs of our people and their families.
The list below are just an example of what Roche offers in different countries. They may not all apply in your location.
Excellent healthcare though a high $3000 deductible on many prescriptions
Flexible benefit options for medical
Loved their entire benefits package! It offered great coverage at an affordable price. 401k matching is great too!
PTO is excellent, especially if you get past ten years. Sick time is basically unlimited with some requirements. But it does not count against PRO.
401k is nice at 6% + 4% match.
Outstanding health plans and excellent retirement
good PTO and overall benefits, and sabbatical for 6 weeks after 6 years
If you're lucky enough to be a FT employee, the benefits are great.
401k is very good, vacation is plenty, need to pay very little for health insurance. Great facilities in Pleasanton. Need to increase base pay and bonuses. Would be nice to have stock.
Just a bit of information for anyone who may come across a company who wishes to change their contracts for Euro salaries. This happened to me and all my cross border worker colleagues in 2012, we were forced to change our salaries or "leave". So we lost a lot of money, especially when the exchange rate peg was removed in 2015. My ex colleague has just ended a 2 year court battle with the company we were with, and the company offered a substantial payout for lost earnings. Ultimately this practice is illegal and they have admitted they were in the wrong. Especially for people who have their contracts changed after they started employment. (Those who join accepting this offer, I am not sure.) This has now paved the way for a LOT more people who are also going to take action legally.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.