Cons: ins premiums way too high, pay too low, no family work balance, truthfullness of what the ops coordinator tells you
Was told when I was hired, I would get 1 weekend a month off, That never happened. The phleb 2 made all our schedules and duty roster for the day, If the supervisor was not there, she and the other phleb 2 made sure they stayed in the office most if the day playing on their phone or the computer, on a very busy saturday, there were blood bags sitting on the counter while the rest of us were with donors, the phleb 2 was standing at the computer just watching us instead of sealing the bags and putting them away. This is not a job that promotes team work like they say they do. It is more of you do what I tell you, while I sit around and earn my check while you all do the work and I can play kind of job. If you are a new phleb to a center, you better hope you getting a good group of people, because the ones I worked with are not welcoming to the new team member. And don't be expected to be paid for experience, $12.05 an hr is not experienced pay. This place was a joke, from all that was said to me. I now understand why there is such a high turnover for phlebs. This place is nothing but a lie.