I started working for this company as a Mobile Phlebotomist / LPN per diem and quickly realized this was a great job. Basically you get your draws done, and you go home and get paid for a full day. There was a lot of opportunity to make a lot of money in a short time. As time went on, I proved my abilities and was offered a full time with benefits position. A few months went by and I asked about my benefits, and my immediate supervisor checked on it for me. Now my supervisor is the best person to work for in the world, I would follow her to the ends of the earth, but the corporate managers and pretty shady. Nurses are considered very disposable when they can hire people with less education for less money. I was told my full time status was not approved yet, and probably wouldn't be since they are hiring straight phlebs now.
immediate supervisor is the greatest, not stuck in one place.
lots of wear and tear on your car, no job stability.