Patient Services Center Specialist/Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Leesburg – May 7, 2015
It was my worst work experience !!! During the my employment with LabCorp more and more demands were being made on me by the supervisor working alone serving 40-60 patients often without lunch break... Lack of attention to institutional procedures regarding safe medical practice .
Reliable positive friendly employee that loves what she does
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 24, 2015
makes a positive outcome into a negative always looking to help and looking to achieve and perform above and beyond. time management and delegating has always being a challenge as I like thing organized and always setting goals for myself. A company always go with great customer service and communication and I always exceed.
Support Services Supervisor (Current Employee) – Florida – October 22, 2015
I see many reviews completely bashing LabCorp and marking them as the worst company to work for. As an employee of many years I can honestly tell you that you get what you put in. If you are unable to apply yourself and take a job seriously then this company is not for you. We train and mentor for future leaders. This can be an easy job if you are willing to work. Advancement opportunities are always available if you show initiative.
Great moral and team work for most branches/departments, leadership mentoring and training opportunities for everyone
Specimen Accessioner (Former Employee) – Smyrna, GA – October 21, 2015
Lapcorp was good experience but as far as pay and valuing their employees; this is not a good company to work for. they start you off below what the average is that similar jobs pay and you barely get a raise. and you don't get extra pay for working over night
Lab Technician/Courier (Former Employee) – Iowa City, IA – October 18, 2015
productive and fun place to work. Co-workers are extrememly helpful and management guaranteed to benefit well being of employers. I would recommend this place of work to anyone desiring generous compnay of others.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – October 15, 2015
a typical work, my coworker and I would see up to 100 patients a day. Draw blood, perform drug screens, and DNA testing. We barely took breaks because of the fast paste work environment. Processing the blood was my favorite thing to do. While being employed there I learned more about being a team player, working with patients who were not really friendly and learned how to maintain composure to stressful situations.
Phlebotomist/Lab Assistant (Current Employee) – Christiansburg, VA – October 15, 2015
Come into work and I always make sure to greet my coworkers. Clock in and check to see if I have any work ready for me at the time. Log into my computer and open up my cash register. I check my email and any messages from my boss or any information that I may need to know of. I like my work but it consist of mostly the same thing day in and out. I usually wait for orders to complete a job. The hardest part of my job is making the patient understand the in' and outs with there insurance. There is nothing that is too hard about my job. I enjoy my co workers. I like the patient care the best.
Administrative Specialist (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 14, 2015
I'm responsible for sales support functions for our whole Southeast Division.I mainly work to prepare reports on Excel as well as other support functions. My manager is very fair and and I am able to work at my own leisure as long as I complete deadlines. The days are usually busy, but I prefer that because it makes the days go by faster.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – October 14, 2015
I love this company It is a exciting company to gain from. I love working with the patients the only dislike I have about the infant patients is hating to have to draw blood from them and make them cry ,but they have huge smiles on their faces from the wonderful sticker collection that we give them upon their service.