This place sucked. Management is terrible. The break many of their own policies all the time while still saying they follow policy. Labor laws were broken everyday. Lawsuits against the company were frequent. Management never held accountable for their mistakes and always tried to make it seem like it was a manufacturing techs mistake . Blatant disregard towards employees u less u are management. It seems like you are in a high school environment with people always talking behind each others back and constant back stabbing . Human resources does not look out for employees bit rather side and go along with corporate. They claim they are a top company and comply with all federal regulations yet when it is time for fda audits and checks they are all scared and running around. Management does nothing but sit around all day and never help like their job requires then too. My departments manager actually caused a few million dollar mistakes yet he is still working their. . Needless to say I hated mybdrive to work. I hated being their. I hated my department. Hope if you work their ,you never work for alfred gomez. One of the most disliked people their just because he is an idiot
Intense for medical personnel. They certainly don't tell you how much production work you're going to be doing. They tell you that Cross training is expected and when center needs dictate you will be expected to help. What they don't say is that they don't replace employees that quit or are fired. They expect medical to do their jobs and production too
There are so many different jobs, locations, and factors that contribute to the culture. The answers here won't help you get a feel for it. The culture at my location is very professional yet relaxed. No backstabbing, you're trusted to do your job, the communication is open, and the connection with Spanish roots is tangible. My team likes to work hard and be kind. I leave this answer not because I think other people aren't being honest, but as an example that you really should apply and investigate for yourself whether or not it's a good fit for you. The good news is that no one will force you to stay if you dont want to.
Slow in the front and move fast when you get past the front first level could use more professional help and the front let's talk more work
What is the starting pay for a Donor Technician? Also, how can one advance and grow within the company if one starts as a Donor Technician?
I was offered the job today and was told I would cross train as a phlebotomist. They are starting me off at $12.00.
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Grifols? What are the steps along the way?
It took me a month but definately worth the wait . Just got hired on interveiw first then in the next week email from HR with background check and education verification and also where id be doing my drug test, took about 2 weeks for the results to get back , got everything cleared and now Im waiting for my manager to call me with my official start date.
Be prepared to verbally back up your resume with demonstrated skills and scenarios. Be customer-service oriented with the ability to handle distraught donors in a kind and professional manner, no matter what position you're applying for. Most of all, be yourself. You should make sure that you feel welcome as you really are, not as your Sunday best.
I applied for the Phlebotomy position online and was contacted via email and text message by the HR department that same day to set up a phone interview.