Pros: Free food, fun events such as company bingo, good personal leave
Cons: lower management
It's not that LabCorp is a bad company to work for, but rather all decisions that directly affect the workers on the floor are mainly made by supervisors. The problem with this is that supervisors have access to all of the worker's educational records (resumes/curriculum vitae), paycheck information (which should remain sealed, however I received my pay stub forcefully opened), and work reviews from previous supervisors. I noticed that after my pay stub was opened, that I never received my raises even though I was working harder than others in the laboratory. There is a lot of favoritism coming from supervisors to certain employees and sometimes if they deem you too intelligent or it looks like you are not struggling financially, then they may do things to make your job harder. Supervisors also tend to protect each other since they have been working together for a while, so if you have problems with 1 of them, then you technically have problems with ALL of them. This is why I rated the job culture so low. On the other hand, most of my co-workers on the same shift were excellent and easygoing.