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I left Csl approximately 2 weeks ago for a more comfortable environment. When I first started on 9/13/17 I was a full time Medical Receptionist. I absolutely loved my job and considered this company grounds for career advancement. I mean 11am to 7pm 40 hours a week was not bad. Once the first Center manager transferred to another center, the place went downhill. First, it was required to be cross trained in another area without a pay increase. In the past employees had an incentive of a 50 cents per cross trained area. I was placed in the worst area where I cannot use my brain capacity. The lab. There is no testing... You process bottles all day. In addition, I did not get paid well enough to deal with the side effects of dry skin from the -38° freezer. I performed the same task with no music for 6 to 13 an hours a day. No thanks!

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No respect for contractors

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The mental find-screw that you have to endure Everytime you close, because you want to make plans with your family or friends when you get off of work when the center closes, but you will always end up staying 2 to 3 hours late after the center closes because of donor who want to donate for money for their drinking or smoking habit and they cannot get their butts there during the day but instead decided to donate 5 minutes before the center closes!!

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The horrible pay, and awful management choices (who picks these people?).

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The managers of this company are that in name only. Their leadership skills are based on intimadation and massive smoke breaks. If you want a manager go to the back door. Take away cigarettes and food and you have 2 hours of dedicated work. The only time you see a manager on the floor is when corporate shows up. To bad corporate does not ask hourly employees what is going on. But making money covers up a lot of short comings. Turnover is high. Which leads to inconsistent service. Donors wait for hours. It is a good thing Telecris is worse.

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Horrible pay. Immature management

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Poor pay, no performance incentives, no substantial raises, have to pay out of check for benefits, long hours, unthankful people and unrewarding. And, the company just boasted a 1.8 billion dollar profit for the year.

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Horrible pay

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This company should be looked into by the owner then if no action

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I would leave csl because of the pay and lack of professionalism

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