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Roche Shanghai, Shanghai (China) Reviews

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    Pros

    Work-life balanced, friendly, fun, supportive, mission-driven

    Cons

    slow-paced sometimes, actually good overall, comfortable, friendly, great

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Roche Shanghai, Shanghai (China) Salaries

Salaries in 元 (CNY)
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元4,40,447 per year
元341k
元574k
元4,40,447 per year
元341k
元574k
3 salaries
元4,02,545 per year
元351k
元436k
元4,02,545 per year
元351k
元436k
2 salaries
About 元23k - 元45k
元23k
元45k
About 元23k - 元45k
元23k
元45k

Roche Shanghai, Shanghai (China) Interviews

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  1. Helpful (4)  

    Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Shanghai, Shanghai (China)
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    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Roche (Shanghai, Shanghai (China)) in June 2015.

    Interview

    The firm is experiencing re-org, the hiring process is terribly long. I had great and friendly conversation with HR and Line Manager in the first few rounds of interview, then I was called to fly to Shanghai (on my own expense) to interview with the Director, which turns out to be a nightmare.

    This female director treated the candidate in a very abusive and rude manner, lack of professionalism and basic respect to both me and the line manager. Even worse, this director is obviously a mess on logical/strategic forward thinking.

    Clearly they didn't quite figure out about what to do with this position and what qualification they want to find in the candidate since the market is changing dramatically in last 2 years, and even more severe in last few months.

    It is not hard to imagine how miserable to work under such supervision. The line manager is the last reason I didn't withdraw the application at interview site.

    China pharma market is changing, the old ways to do the business and treat junior employees may not work in the future, and those born in 90s won't buy in the out-dated value held by senior local management people. Roche is still a science oriented firm, and China won't be an exception any more.

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