This job is very numbers based which is both a good thing and a bad thing. It's good because if you have good work ethic it'll show, but it's bad because you will never be good enough. Despite the numbers, there will be favorites even if they have poor work ethic and don't get along with others. Some people are given more benefits and leeway than others.
There is NO work life balance. This place is not sanitary. It’s a hazard to donors and workers. It’s full of people who literally don’t have friends outside of work. Management was worried about one thing: numbers. Absolutely disgusting. Phlebotomists are extremely underpaid for the amount of work they are required to do. It’s honestly a joke. Management literally sat in their nice air conditioned offices while phlebotomists ran around with more donors than the facility could handle
If you want a job with a rhythm in your schedule this is not the job also they allow bullying in this job . I left after a co worker thought it was okay to snap her fingers at me n order me around. I had spoken to my management several times about a fellow coworker who was very unprofessional continuously towards me and other people other wise I loved the job. If this had been handled I would still be there
Employees are really nice and helpful. They make sure you are not confused and are always ready for the day to begin! All supervising and managing staff are understanding and flexible with everyone's needs.
flexible working hours, great benefits, opportunities to get trained in many different areas and learn new skills. Great employees that all get along very well. Team environment that succeeds together.
I work at the one on Good Homes Road in Orlando and it's almost the worst job Ive ever had. Granted, I just needed a temporary job until I graduate this semester, but it's been the worst few months of my working career. I wouldnt recommend working here unless you really need a job or are trying to satisfy the 6 month minimum working experience to work at Quest or Lab Corp.
Here's a few highlights:
Heavy work load for low pay
High turn over