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15 English questions out of 15

30 May 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at xbiotech usa?

Pros

There are no advantages to working here, unless your goal in life is to eclipse Theranos in scientific malfeasance, unethical behavior, and moral corruption — then this is the place for you. XBiotech epitomizes all the worst of biotech and absolutely none of its periodic brilliance.

Cons

I still can’t believe the SEC nor the FDA haven’t yet shut this place down. The biomedical analogue of Trumpian politics: A toxic CEO who is bereft of decency, cannot bring himself to trust anyone, and refuses to play by the rules, whose monomaniacal greed and inflated ego can’t hide the fact that this sham company still has no product. MABp1/ Xilonix is as close as it will ever approach success.

Advice to Management

No advice here, because the company has no management. It never has.

The biomedical analogue of Trumpian politics: A toxic CEO who is bereft of decency, cannot bring himself to trust anyone, and refuses to play by the rules, whose monomaniacal greed and inflated ego can’t hide the fact that this sham company still has no product.

30 May 2021

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27 June 2021

How are the career development opportunities at xbiotech usa?

Pros

- Great co-workers that are always willing to help - Postive attitudes - Company growth and advancement - Extremely organized When working with a company that has positive change and growth there is an opportunity to help define the future and the role you play in it. I'm excited to be a part of XBiotech

Cons

It's hard to write cons because I genuinely enjoy the company and all of the positives outshine any cons, but if I must choose one it would be not having the option to work remotely.

Company growth and advancement

27 June 2021

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27 June 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at xbiotech usa?

Pros

- Great co-workers that are always willing to help - Postive attitudes - Company growth and advancement - Extremely organized When working with a company that has positive change and growth there is an opportunity to help define the future and the role you play in it. I'm excited to be a part of XBiotech

Cons

It's hard to write cons because I genuinely enjoy the company and all of the positives outshine any cons, but if I must choose one it would be not having the option to work remotely.

When working with a company that has positive change and growth there is an opportunity to help define the future and the role you play in it.

27 June 2021

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13 April 2021

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at xbiotech usa?

Pros

Good hours and freedom to leave for appointments, etc.

Cons

Lack of training for new employees, unethical staff and values. QA officer harasses employees and dictates where they can and cannot park.

Advice to Management

Take a close look at yourselves and your employees. There is a reason for your high turnover. Its a lack of communication and direction with your management team.

Lack of training for new employees, unethical staff and values.

13 April 2021

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12 January 2022

Does there seem to be diversity at xbiotech usa?

Pros

Pay is pretty good Jobs are very easy ( HUGE slack off culture so there is really no expectation for you to keep busy, a lot of times people will fill time by online shopping, leaving, gossiping, dancing etc, ) Tacos and or Cupcakes every other Wednesday Building is nice.

Cons

Where to start; just read the other reviews. The most toxic and immature work culture i've ever experienced. No professional leadership from CEO, thus leads to infighting and petty fights between department heads. No real HR, HR personnel have other positions in the company, thus HR is a ''secondary'' task. Extreme conflicts of interest in maintaining ''friends'' rather than jobs correctly. Like mentioned in other reviews extreme gossip culture, it is quickly clear of the social hierarchy, people stand about talking the lobby, walk around socializing with friends / planning parties or nights, engage in spreading pseudo malicious rumors of other team members ( inappropriate things like sexual harassment, how certain women got the job at the company, etc ), abusing PTO ( some people dont take PTO and just leave for days and hours , dancing in the lobby ( strange but a routine thing ) No functional trust between leadership team ( there are '' spies '' in other departments, people who only report # listen to different personnel and not direct department managers. Departments in the front of the building are a mess. Top level management is aware of situations, ie sexual harassment allegations, bullying culture, etc, but when presented with evidence, seems to be too busy to do anything about and brushed things under the rig ( ie no HR reports on situations ). High turnover in clincial dept and new executire level talent seem to be bullied out quickly after joining. No remote work, regardless of COVID spikes in the county

Advice to Management

Im not sure if it's ''growing pains'', or stubborn attitudes but yall gotta do something about that toxic work culture, it's really going to drive around good talent and ruin the compaby. Watch the cameras to confirm what you've heard.

Like mentioned in other reviews extreme gossip culture, it is quickly clear of the social hierarchy, people stand about talking the lobby, walk around socializing with friends / planning parties or nights, engage in spreading pseudo malicious rumors of other team members ( inappropriate things like sexual harassment, how certain women got the job at the company, etc ), abusing PTO ( some people dont take PTO and just leave for days and hours , dancing in the lobby ( strange but a routine thing )

12 January 2022

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