Working at Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc

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Research Scientist, Biotechnology in Pleasanton:
The Digital Biology Group of Bio-Rad Laboratories in Pleasanton is developing cutting edge ddPCR and NGS technology. It is a lot of fun being part of this revolution. There are some growing pains as we evolve, requiring significant adaptation by employees. Employee retention is low and Bio-Rad is not industry competitive in pay. If you want to work here, you have to love what you do! There are opportunities to learn a lot here and we move at a fast pace, which I prefer to some of the long bureaucratic processes at other companies.
Wearer of Many Hats.
Senior Research Scientist, Biotechnology in Pleasanton:
Pros: That we are churning out products that drive the successful financial well-being of the company as well as making the world a better place. The small start up feel. The well-funded research.
Cons: The politics and processes.
Challenging and rewarding work helping users.
Senior Business Analyst in Cleveland:
Pros: Freedom to pursue my own ideas as long as they support the company's goals and strategy.
Cons: Tough to answer because I have nothing bad or even constructive criticism. I loved my company and my work.
Happily Underpaid.
Senior Research Scientist, Biotechnology in Newark:
Pros: I have the freedom to design my own experiments, analyze and present the data with high-level guidance from management.
Cons: Bio-Rad pays under market wages.