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EMD Serono Named as a Top Employer by Science Magazine
Date:10/9/2008

- Ranked Number 7 out of top 20 Employers Across Life Sciences Industry -

ROCKLAND, Mass., Oct. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- EMD Serono, Inc., an affiliate of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, announced today that it has been named by Science magazine as a top employer in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries, ranking number 7 out of the top 20 employers across the life sciences.

"We are honored that the scientific community has recognized EMD Serono as a leading place to work," said Bernhard Kirschbaum, PhD, Executive Vice President, Research, Merck Serono. "Our success as a leader within the biopharmaceutical industry is a direct result of the hard work, passion and dedication of our employees. We are committed to creating an environment for our scientists that fosters growth, professional development and a place where intellectually curious people can thrive and grow with a common goal of finding new treatments for unmet medical needs."

This is the second time EMD Serono has been placed on Science magazine's Top Employer survey; previously the organization ranked number 17.

The survey sought to determine which biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies were most admired by people who work in the field, and why. Survey respondents also rated the companies on 23 different attributes, which included Corporate Image, Financial Prowess, Leadership and Direction, Work/Culture Environment, Location and Academic and Intellectual Challenge. The methodology used for the survey included email invitations to AAAS members, Science Careers registrants, and Science website visitors.

The ranking is a result of a survey conducted by Science magazine, along with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and commissioned by Senn-Delaney Culture Diagnostics and Measurement to conduct a web-based survey aimed at determining the companies in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries with the best reputations as employers.
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