Medical Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Lincoln Park, MI – April 19, 2018
Great people and I worked and several different centers. The technical knowledge shared was a need that everyone indulged in. Today this business makes a lot of money peddling plasma however it doesn't share enough with it's employees. Salary is OK but doesn't meet the cost of living required to be independent.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Nogales, AZ – April 24, 2018
Poor management overall not impressed, everyone looks after their interest only. Pay increases poor, compensation a joke. Concerns not addressed, favoritism, managers lack people skills to say the least. Training lacks and more often than not the "leaders" lacked knowledge or not sure. Staffing a very big issue.
Processing Technician (Current Employee) – Hazel Crest, IL – April 19, 2018
I love working for CSL! I Have been working with the company for a year now and I love it!! Our staff is more like family and the donors are too! You always have that one to give you problems but that's it! The managers are Awesome! There is a lot of room for advancement, you just have to apply yourself. I started in Reception now I am crossed trained in the lab,, next I'm going to shoot for DST then Phlebotomy. Once I learn every area,, I headed to managing!!! CSL makes me feel good. And I am very proud to say I am a CSL employee! This company just hired a girl that is here to STAY!!!! By the way, when you love what you do,, it's not even work anymore..
Managers are very helpful and make work exciting!
Donors odor may give you headaches from time to time
Group Leader (Former Employee) – 3715 Broadway KC MO – April 15, 2018
I started as a DST, that was some removing the patients from the machine. I had was promoted to a phlebotomist, which I cleaned the vein site, insert the needle. Place the correct number on the monogram machine base on the patient weight.i was promoted again to a group leader. I learn how to control the donor floor. I worked along my co-workers, filled in a position when someone called in.I joined the QA Team, I volunteer cleanup in the neighbor hoods around the center. I never called in or missed work.
an awesome atmospher to work in everyone is helpfull
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – McKeesport, PA 15132 – April 12, 2018
love what I do but do not like the hours or the fact you can not hit 40 hours a week and love my coworkers and management team just wish we did not have such late hours or at least be able to get a full 40 hours a week
Medical Screener/DST (Former Employee) – Wichita, KS – April 8, 2018
A typical day at CSL was very fun. Majority of the co-workers were in college including myself. We were all ready to learn and be the best at what we do. I was employee of the month within the first month of being there. We were competitive and well driven to be the best at our jobs.
Donor Support Technician (Current Employee) – Dayton, OH – April 7, 2018
Working hours provided by employer are subject to drastically change at anytime, as well as company operation hours, and shift availability. **AT WILL FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT** subject to change to part-time at any time.
Great 401k program %100 percent dollar for dollar match each month
High turnover, Poor management, Schedule instability
Lab Technician (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV 89147 – April 3, 2018
Very much not worth it, start off pay is 9.74. After 6 months u get a .25 cent raise, which will move you to 9.99. Can't even give u a 1 more penny for long hours and being constantly busy and stressed. You get micromanaged for nothing and you must kiss butt, I wasn't for it so I got terminated, told them I'd never be back.
Working at CSL plasma is typically a fast pace environment on most days. Following standard operation procedures (SOP) of the company are very simple and not challenging. If you do your job right management will work with you and give you opportunities to move up. The hardest part and the most enjoyable part of the job is dealing with some patients.
working at CSL is a very fast paced job. On your feet the entire time at work. The hardest part of the job for me was getting use to the patients kno
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 26, 2018
Atypical day at CSL Plasma is very fast paced. Attention to detail is very inportant. Collection of fblood is very vital in this indestry. The most enjoyable part of the day is collection of plasma and serum , knowing that it will help someone in need.
Registered Phlebotomy Tech (Former Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – March 25, 2018
The job is awesome Relaxed work area. No stress but it is slow paced. Management is great. The dr. is super laid back and nice. Employees are great people to hang out with and chill inside and outside of work