Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Woodbridge, VA – June 26, 2014
Pros: no pros
Cons: never get a break most days had to clock out for lunch & eat in office while working
LabCorp works you to hard for the monies which they pay you and their pay rates are comparable to area even if you have been with the company for a while. I feel that if you have been with the company long enough to change positions or transfer you should receive equal pay regardless of where it is to or from. The customers are the most enjoyable part – more... of the job. The coworkers were great but they never stayed long because they did not pay enough for what they wanted them to do so very high turnover rate. Company benefits are ok not great. – less
Contract worker (Former Employee), Dublin, Ohio – August 18, 2014
This job was just a three month contract. I was just temporary help. A well established work environment I applied for the F/T position and hoped to be hired on due to the large volume of applicants only a few were hired on. I enjoyed my brief time there. I felt as if I was part of there family.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Indianapolis, IN – August 18, 2014
Blood drawing on all age groups, open and close off that I worked at. Drug screen , hair samples, process blood to be shipped out help in processing depatment sometimes processing blood, stool and doing paper work, Data entry,.
Phlebotomist (Clinical) Working under the supervision and with the guidance of qualified staff members to provide high quality and care to numerous pa
Phlebotomy Tecnician (Former Employee), Berlin, MD – August 18, 2014
• Delivering care and comfort as delegated by qualified Phlebotomists and other staff. • Delivering ethical and professional behavior according to protocol. • Cleaning and tiding up examination rooms and Labs, while maintaining a sterile environment, clean instruments and checking equipment to be ready for further use.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee), Pittsburgh, PA – August 17, 2014
Pros: no one looking over our shoulders constantly and was able to manage our own work station
Cons: healthcare benefits. not enough positive reinforcement
Very busy outpatient draw site. Challenging yet a very pleasant work environment. Only 2 of us but we got things done, great team work. We took pride in getting to know our patients and gave them a sense of security when drawing there blood work. It must of showed because we became very close with most of them along with their family members.
Patient Service Technician (Current Employee), Cincinnati, OH – August 15, 2014
Pros: team work and great supervisors.
Cons: slow pace and not as challenging as previous job.
20+ venipuncture draws per day. Independent site. Daily experience with pediatric, adult, internal medicine, and geriatric patients. Required to work with bio hazardous fluids. Collect blood, urine and culture specimens for use by clinicians for clinical analysis and/or diagnostic purposes. Data entry through Beacon and keep organizational log and spreadsheets – more... of all patient's information, and submission of specimens on a daily basis. – less
Phlebotomist (Former Employee), union city – August 12, 2014
great place to work but management need to be better• Prepare patients for collection procedures for the required laboratory samples to be collected.Collect routine skin puncture and venous specimens for testing as required.Prepare specimens for transport to ensure stability of sample and quality test results. Maintain patient confidentiality.Perform – more... quality assurance checks while carrying out clerical and technical duties.Follows the prescribed dress code. – less
excellent place to start off in the laboratory field
Specimen Accessioner (Current Employee), San Diego, CA – August 11, 2014
Great range of specimen so you get good experience handling and working with different types of specimens . Fast paced, always busy so there is always work. Great benefits, and good amounts of overtime.
maintaining company vehicle while servicing clients
servicing clients in the medical field (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – August 11, 2014
Pros: company vehicle
Cons: not enough clients to service
I learnd to build on relationships with others in a work environment,so no one would feel over worked, while safety remained top priority,and to take care of company equipment,working close with managment to insure customer satisfation
Patient Service Technician (Current Employee), Houston, TX – August 6, 2014
Pros: good atmoshere
Cons: working with coworker that really do not want to work.
I love to work with the patients. I work on inflicting as little pain with no hematomas when possible for any type of blood draw. I feel the compassion I have for the patients makes me a very good phlebotomist. The hardest part of my job is when I work in a setting with other phlebotomist and one or more do not want to be there. I have learned attitude – more... is everything at your job. Positive people to work around is a very nice atmosphere which in turns boosts productivity. – less
Histology (Former Employee), Memphis, TN – August 2, 2014
Cons: poor upper management; more about profit than patient care
I'm not sure about other reviews in Memphis, but the Memphis Histology branch for Labcorp closed in March. We were given Less than a month's notice and were expected to work and close the lab as well. We were deceived by everyone that visited our lab, from regional manager to the human resources representative that told us in January that were weren't – more... closing... Lies. I'm told that the Southaven branch is unorganized and filled with people that would rather gossip and avoid work than have a stellar lab... BEWARE – less