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Nope they do not in my state

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I was hired yesterday and I am a felon. My felony is from 2001 and I have a few misdemeanors in more recent years but they were great during my interview. The pay is good and they are willing to work with my schedule. Good luck to all that apply. Please do not let your background stop your from trying.

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They will train you as a “Phlebotomist” there. I used to train people, but the license they get you is site specific, meaning that if you wanted to get your training done and then think you can move to a hospital, you can’t. Also the venipunctures that they do are very simple and there are a lot of things a real Phlebotomist can do that you won’t be able to.

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Worked in fast food industry for 25 years would like learn something different than food and like helping people good people skills.

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There’s no cut off time for donors. Even first timers which takes at least 2 hours. If you close at 7, you’re not out until 9pm. The pay is not conducive to the cost of living. There’s no black and white in any policy. Quality says “use your judgment” but then when you make one, they’ll question your decision. Management that is trained to stick, doesnt. Not enough staff. It’s always so hot since you always need to wear a full polyester lab coat and face shield and gloves. The front sits up front and does koom-by-ya sessions while the floor is running around like nuts sweating in areas we didn’t know could sweat. And the donors are rude. I have coworkers being called names and being physically threatened. Some CSLs have armed guards. It’s the worst place i have ever worked and I can not wait to leave. Oh, and those that are lazy workers get promoted

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Applied online, got called for a interview 6 weeks later, was hired on the spot.

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I would be fair when it comes to scheduling hours. I would make a mid shift to help with lunches.

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No they do not drug test.

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Yes for less than normal hours.

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