Great hands on experience, poor management, and values.
Phlebotomist and DFT(donor floor technician) (Former Employee) – North Charleston, SC – October 18, 2016
I got this job as a phlebotomist, my degree is in phlebotomy and i got hired making 8.70 an hour. Working with donors that can and maybe reactive (AIDS, HepB, HepC, syphilis...) Nurses on location are slow and take their time, I lost my job taking control if a situation because a donor was having a seizure, and i called for a nurse several times, they took their time and I lost my job for saving a life. Donors actually get paid to donate plasma, these people are drug users and live off this. Some do it for 25.00. Pharmaceutical companies pay horribly, and its not worth the aggravation. Its not worth it, your over worked and under paid
Great hands on training, Good benefits, meets alot of people
Poor management, Values are messed up. Poor pay