"Contributing to the health of people around the world - especially in these times, it's a great feeling!"

Ralf Herrmann (37) works as a chemical technician in the production of diagnostic tests at Roche in Penzberg and is currently completing his degree in chemical engineering while working. In the interview, he tells what he appreciates about the team culture at Roche, how he can contribute to better patient care with his work and why a good chemical technician at Roche can become just about anything.

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Tags: Germany, Penzberg, Research & Development, Our business

"I can help people live better and longer."

Roland March (33 years old) started his training as a chemical technician at Roche in Penzberg in 2004. Today he is responsible for a pharmaceutical production area as a shift leader. In the interview, he explains what makes work in production so varied, why even career changers have good opportunities at Roche, and what it means to him to produce novel medicines so that patients around the world live better and longer.

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Tags: Germany

My first year as leader at Roche

Being a Leader is not a One-Man Show

Suddenly you are standing alone at the head of a team, in the focus of attention: Is it time to take control as alpha wolf? Not for Lukas Berger, who in his first year as Marketing Director Respiratory Diseases at Roche above all placed his emphasis on: Listening and trust. In the interview he explains why good leaders are not lone warriors and which mantra had accompanied him through the first twelve months.

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Tags: Germany