If you were in charge, what would you do to make LabCorp a better place to work?
Show my staff that I truly value them as workers, but more importantly, as people.
At the Bristol, TN branch you have bi-polar people that threaten other employees. Cuss out the branch manager for not getting a job he wanted. In Oct 2019 he physically assaulted another employee and the person who was assaulted, and the person that he was chasing didn't do their job and report him to the HR or call the cops to have him arrested. the branch manager didn't do a thing about it.
Not so difficult, asked me if i had any prior lab experience, if i had a bachelors degree and if i was okay with handling blood. i think that because i was so enthusiastic i answered most of their questions in my introductory statement.
Unfortunately, they are to big to fail, and if they ever find themselves in financial trouble, they will be helped out by Uncle Sam. They will always choose money over what is right, legal, just, or best for the patient. For this reason, they will most likely stay around.
Those who suck up to supervisor gets promoted. They play favorites. Promotions don't happen very often. No real chance to advance.
I left because the manager has been at home for a year, getting paid while at home, and when I notified HR and her manager, nothing was done. And, you have coworkers that are bipolar, childish and are lazy, and the reason, no managers or supervision. This company is a joke, I’d fire at least 4 people at the Bristol TN branch, starting with the stay at home nonexistent branch manager.
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at LabCorp? What are the steps along the way?
Phone interview screen (3 days after submitting application online)
In person interview (2 days after phone interview)
Offer (9 days after interview)
Orientation (19 days after offer)
Altogether about a little over a month depending on the recruiter and urgency to hire for the position you’ve applied for.