If you were in charge, what would you do to make American Red Cross a better place to work?
I would be very careful about the kind of people that I hire and not just anybody. I would most definitely make changes to the training process which sincerely needs to be upgraded.
The most toxic environment I have ever experienced. Management is cruel and a complete joke. How they have not run themselves into the ground with a complete lack of understanding in basic business principles is nothing short of a miracle, favoritism runs rampant and it very obviously rubbed in the face of the non-favorites and most of the interpersonal situations with managers are illegal. Blame is constantly put onto the blood collections staff for every single mishap that happens at the company, including issues in upper management, which, ironically enough, there would be no Red Cross without the blood collection staff. They are the REAL HEROES of the Red Cross. DO NOT WORK HERE EVEN IF IT IS THE LAST OPPORTUNITY YOU HAVE. They will apologetically BEAT you into the ground and then BLAME you for it. They LITERALLY do not care if you were to be injured on the job or DIE.
As a mobile phlebotomist how many people do you work with each shift? Do you drive your own car to the locations, or do you ride in their van?
Have a question...for mobile phlebotomist, if someone has a problem driving the truck due to right ankle problems, but can work just fine. In other words is driving an absolute requirement?