Roche "hires" contingency employees, and keeps them as contingencies for over a year or more (with no benefits), which leads them on.
Also, if an employee is older, there is no additional training nor advancement. Roche often encourages newer and younger employees to learn and attend training courses, and introduces them to new tools. However, as the needs of the workforce (and customers) change, employees with tenure are left out of training and development. If you stay in a position longer than 2 -3 years, you are never given the compensation you deserve. Usually employees that move from one position to another receive salary boosts. This is concerning for an FDA-regulated industry such as health care. The new leadership teams tend to bury their heads in the sand, and somehow don't care whether the work is completed or not. Processes must be created and followed, but new managers don't seem to understand the work that needs to be done, nor do they want to learn from tenured employees.
Some free lunches, free coffee, nice gym at a discounted rate
They need to treat everyone a little more fairly
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