Specimen Accessioner (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – October 17, 2018
Performs laboratory functions including maintaining laboratory records, inventory of specimen, quality control charts, maintenance logs and other logs as needed Manages the storage and disposal of samples appropriately as per the established safety procedures Ensures adherence to all state and federal guidelines including compliance with CLIA and CAP regulations
Labcorp is a good job for starters who wants experience.
Patient Service Technician (Former Employee) – Irmo, SC – October 17, 2018
Over all labcorp is a good company. It's not your ideal career job unless, you're corporate or a supervisor. There is no growth once you get in there and the pay is average. It's very fast pace and easy to do once you have been trained. I would not recommend this job to a friend.
Great in Medical Industry; Not the best toward employees
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 16, 2018
LabCorp may be highly rated by its' Patients, but they do not provide a working environment from employees to grow and feel that they are valued. The practices I've experienced are local managers that want to achieve unobtainable goal with understaffed centers. This business climate caused behaviors of peers to cheat and take short cuts in order to get a their annual raise of <$0.99 and hour. It's too bad, because if you enjoy helping people and providing Excellent customer service, you are not rewarded, just told you are too slow or are not collecting share of payments.
Lab Assistant I (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 16, 2018
The learning experience was the only good thing about the company.
If you want to receive good pay... you'll either have to work 3rd shift,have a certification or degree and work there over 5 years or more
They do not care about any obligations you have outside of work if you need to take off...If you request days off most likely you won't receive them...unless you and the mgmt are friends or you are the flunky or the snitch
You receive overtime just to get it taken away by taking hour or more lunches
And of course there's always mess going on and employees talk to you any kind of way when they don't know you like that.
Its best to stay to yourself and keep your business to yourself
You have to work extremely hard!!!! Or you'll be there all day till night
If you are lucky enough to work with the right supervisor you will really enjoy the company and work environment, I was fortunate enough to have wonderful supervisors for the first five years, I ended up relocating to an area and the management is sub-par, lasted a few years until a site closure but it was a miserable 2 years.
Support Services Supervisor (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – October 15, 2018
If you like working and making a difference in the lives of others behind the scenes then LabCorp is a great place to fulfill those needs. Great place to work depending on the management you have over you.
Managed Care Sales Executive (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 15, 2018
San Diego Area is full of employees that have worked together for years and unless you are a bully like them, you will never be successful. The management protects the employees and creates a toxic and hostile work environment. I would never recommend anyone to go to work for LabCorp in this division.
working in the various physician offices proved to be very stressful. Office staff not always friendly or cooperative. Management in Charlotte area not supportive this makes doing your job very difficult because your always on defense and not really giving the best care to patients.