Everything seems perfect when you start...
Pros: teaches you how to maintain a clean and confidental environment.
Cons: working until you sweat for just over minimum wage.
I worked at CSL Plasma for three years. I started in Reception and worked my way up the ladder (through Donor Support Technician) to Phlebotomist. Being trained as a Phlebotomist gave my career a direction, however, after attending the Phlebotomy course at the local Community College I realized that there are much more opportunities for an individual in a serious career than just working at CSL Plasma. This company is an excellent company to work for, complete with simple benefits, but only pays off if you make it to management, which obtaining the lowest position can take you 7-10 years (if you're lucky). Generally, you work for CSL Plasma part-time if you're a full-time student. Making a career within this company is a waste of time.