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I need a job ASAP and I will like to work for lab Corp I have 27 years in the medical I need a opportunity

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Not unless your hurt on the job

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They give you all the training that is needed

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Only for full time employees. anything part time you didn't get anything.

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If you have 2 arms they will hire you. Then after your hired you realize your co-workers are morons.

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Every other weekend, and if you call off a day like a saturday, your forced to make it up the next Saturday.

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Im not sure. Some say they do and some say they don't. I dont know.

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I didn't work there around that time if year so I'm not sure

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The pay and my attendance

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Increase pay (although I understand management has no control over that.) Until corporate decides to pay employees more, there will be never-ending attrition and constant hiring and training. The other problem here is that centers are constantly understaffed, leading to very quick burnout of good employees. They leave because they know they could make more money somewhere else and deal with less stress. Centers then end up hiring people, out of desperation, who are not really capable of comprehending the job, which leads to more burnout of trainers. It's a vicious, unending cycle. In so many ways, I love my job, but at the same time it really feels like a meat grinder to almost everyone who works in the center. The bad days outnumber the good, and it seems like no matter how hard you work, it's never enough. Because hard work will not fix a broken system.

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