Accessioner (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – November 12, 2017
Supervisor left within the first month I started. We were already short handed and 3 of the current employees were training to fill the supervisor position, therefore putting us even more understaffed. I didn't get the proper training to do the job efficiently.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Sweetwater, TN – November 8, 2017
I love my job, i enjoy going to work every day! Where i work, the patients are so wonderful and the ladies at the doctors office i work at are a phenomenal group of women! AEL has been such a wonderful company to work for and they will do everything they can to help you in your time of need from being sick to emergencies with your kids, family or self. I would stay here for the rest of my life if i could! The insurance was kind of pricey for me as an individual but it was a great insurance and the plan itself was great. I have no complaints about AEL besides the pay. I believe it should be a bit more.. you do receive PTO and accrue it with each paycheck. That has helped me a lot. They take care of their own!!
benefits, management, dependable, positive work place, fun environment
This is a good place to work and you get to visit different types of Sites the experience is real. It is really a nice job and they always have availiblity if you wanna work hard irrespective of the weather.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – January 14, 2017
Refer to the other post I wrote on this place of business. Very unorganized as a Lab my clinical placing was amazing however. Friendly staff and co workers, however supervisor from AEL itself not so much.
Teaching with passion from my heart and textbooks!
Part Time Instructor Independence School District (Current Employee) – Independence, MO – November 15, 2015
The most enjoyable part of my current position is the diversity found among both the students as well as staff members.
My daily activities, which is mixed with so much rich diversity allows for teaching instruction to be flexible and based on the students needs in terms of life skills mixed with basic academic disciples. Each of my co-workers possesses different instructional styles, which allows each of us to learn, new and innovative methods of instructing our students, from each other. We collaborate among ourselves about our various students needs and learning styles. .
The most difficult part of my current position is the limited time given for teaching, we are part-time and I so wish it was a full-time position.