Been with the company's billing department for 2 years -- If you never done laboratory billing, you will learn a lot throughout your time there. Management is okay, depending on the type of lead you get. The wokplace culture is chill, but as you work there, you can tell other people are unhappy with the culture. Just do your work and there shouldn't be a problem. I don't recommend staying there for too long...
This is the worst job I’ve ever had. They don’t communicate with you. The laboratory’s are worn down, out of date. The pay does not match the stress & the work you have to put it. Upper management is trash, 0 help with anything. DONT WASTE YOUR TIME HERE.
This is the worst work environment I've ever experienced. Noone is welcoming the whole place is a popularity contest, if you're friends with the supervisors then you'll be just fine. Training is a complete joke. Micro managed couldn't even breathe without some uptight arrogant egotistic "supervisor" breathing down my neck ..who by the way was completely underqualified and was offered the position out of pure desperation to keep person from leaving office for better opportunities. Managment is their once a week for a few hours at a time. Pay is fine $17 to start most collection representatives. 3 sicks days and vacation is near impossible to get approved. Every employee I spoke to in the short time had nothing positive to say about this place. Systems are always going down supervisors literally call you 40 mins before your shift starts to say "systems are down dont come to work until we call you" RIDICULOUS!! Nothing but happiness since I've cut ties with this company.
This is the most disgusting company I've ever worked for. They can careless about their employees, all they care about is making money. They constantly lie about benefits & reviews. This company and especially the management make me sick to my stomach.
I'm always on the go, delivering boxes and test reults papers for doctor offices everyday, I drive an hour to pick on specimens 3 times out of the week , I also pick up specimens in my city, I have a route starts at 2:45 pm, I'm done around 6:30
This is by far the WORST employer I have ever worked for. I can honestly say I hated my job at this place. Everyday waking up was horrible knowing I had to be in this jail for 8 hours a day. I knew my first week at this job I hated it! The employees are super nice. The managers are like the CO’s of this prison watching your every move and key stroke!
If you liked to be micromanaged and your every move watched this is the place for you. When I started here I was hired with four other girls. Myself and one of the girls quit, and the other was fired within her first 30 days. Your just a number at this company and if your not bringing in the money they will let you go. Even if you are bringing it in there’s no job security here. DONT WASTE YOUR TIME HERE!
Micromanagement. Management is incompetent which causes the workplace to be dysfunctional. The employees are not allowed to do their jobs or able to use their experiences to make the job more efficient.
Poor management and huge lack of communication that you will get blamed for! This is the lowest paying company that will have you doing the most. Most doctors offices you’re placed at will be small and shabby with some of the rudest doctors I’ve met. Company is really cheap and has no appreciation for they’re employees. —No chance of advancement here so keep looking or don’t plan on staying here too long. —
If you can get past them constantly monitoring your every move - then you can work here with a great sense of job security! The owners and supervisors enforce a great deal on all employees' actions, with consequence for even the smallest mistakes.
Cheap company pays very low for the responsibility given, Cheap on supplies, locations varies some providers are extremely nice then there’s rude stafff Hoovering ur shoulder .not professional at alll.
For a inexperienced phlebotomist great learning experience
There is no privacy for patients. Poor management and communication. I learned how to deal with difficult people and improvise There is no appreciation for you good work. The facility where they located me is and smells old.
When I started at Foundation Laboratories, I was fresh out of school. I appreciated the opportunity. But they started. me off at less than promised. Rarely ever supervised. I saw between 2 to 15 patients per day. Some days are slower than others. I work part time and go to school so it was convenient. I had free time to do homework at work.
The worst pay since I have worked in this field. No direct deposit her high premiums for insurance. I work in a stand alone pcs. I check in patients draw their bold process their blood enter on o he computer and verify insurance benefits.