SPECIMEN TECH II (Former Employee) – Chantilly, VA – April 17, 2017
quest diagnostics is an overall great place to work at. Its very face pace so you would need to be able to multitask and keep up with the work flow. The hours however are long, especially overnight hours.
Internship (Former Employee) – Hinsdale, IL – September 26, 2017
Phlebotomists were very intelligent and helpful. They also had many years of experience in their field. Would recommend anyone going into the Phlebotomy field to complete their internship at Quest Diagnotstics
Experienced and friendly staff also very clean office
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Maryville, IL – September 26, 2017
First thought great company i was very excited at first to work for a well known company. Hours were great Training was a little long. Major problem was management acted as if they really didn't care. after working for a few months you start to feel like a number not an employee. A slap in the face is you do not receive anything for Christmas not even a card. one big positive is the pay is good for part time!
Wellness Data Analyst - Health and Wellness (Current Employee) – Collegeville, PA – September 25, 2017
There are many benefits to working for Quest Diagnostics which makes it hard for me to want to leave beacuse I definitely enjoy the way the employees are treatedand feel that we are genuinely cared for but that does not pay my bills
Specimen Technician (Current Employee) – New London, CT – September 20, 2017
my typical day starts with a halfway house for those with addictions and then I go to the outpatient program. My day begins at 7 am and I am done by noon. You meet people from many different backgrounds.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Gurnee, IL – September 20, 2017
They will uses you and spit you out. Horrible turn over rate. I have nothing nice to say about them. Just a bad place to work no matter what location you take, all managers are connected to one another.
Client Service Representative (Current Employee) – Lenexa, KS – September 20, 2017
A typical day at Quest Diagnostics consist of clocking in on time and ready to take call from several different business units the benefits are great the company is good to work for but the have unfair management
Hardware Coordinator, Sr (Former Employee) – Tucker, GA – September 20, 2017
A typical work day would be grind until the shift is done. I learned that there is no loyalty in being a company man at Quest Diagnostics. Upper management not so great. My direct management overall was a great manager. I worked independently so I didn't really get much of a opportunity to reap the benefits of the culture. However, in passing people very nice and cordial. My hardest part of my job was being a contractor for 3 years.