Lab Technician (Current Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – March 22, 2019
Love working with people. work in different client offices. Always trying to make my patients feel very comfortable before and after I draw there blood. Assuring the patient that I'm very skilled in what I do.
TERRITORY MANAGER (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 21, 2019
Very difficult to get approval for proposals and pricing. I learned a ton about selling clinical testing, only for management to realize that it was best for me to concentrate on the drug testing services offered.
friendly people and management. good place to work in. very convenient and safe. clean and a canteen is available. free coffee and hot coco. lockers and gloves and other safety materials are available.
Great Place to work, compensation was not consistent with my skill
Phlebotomist/Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Glen Allen, VA – March 20, 2019
I loved working for LabCorp and would welcome the opportunity to work for them again. I am currently at a compensation level I am comfortable with, but would consider going back to work for Lab Corp if compensation were matched.
Phlebotomy Technician (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 20, 2019
I appreciate Labcorp granting me the opportunity. But as I entered their PSC on 98th first day I seen claws out. This is a very small site and the tension grows quickly if and when its slow. Management need to be supportive to their staff and not fire everyone on any given opportunity. They expect PERFECT PEOPLE HONESTLY. NO MISTAKES ARE FORGIVEN.
Too many work days, UNDERSTAFFED, NOT enough personal LIFE, low PAY
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Queens, NY – March 19, 2019
I work 6 days a week. It’s hard to manage your personal life as well as taking time for your own health when you’re working six days a week. The company needs to hire more staff in order to alleviate the stress with its techs in patient service centers. It’s impossible to really put a smile on your face when you feel overworked and under paid. A lot of the PST’s are sick or have medical issues. How can you take time to take care of yourself when you’re always at work. If you need off you have to use your personal time. If your hire contract states you’re off on Saturday’s; you’re still scheduled to work on Saturdays! Getting paid under $18 an hour for the amount of work that is required is a bit absurd! You are doing bloodwork, drug testing, paternity testing, speaking to healthcare professionals about patient scripts for 8 hrs a day, Dealing with a lot of arrogant people who walk into those doors, some patients pick fights, Hit, throw objects at staff & getting paid under $18.00 per hr while working 6 days a week! Yet we’re to smile and hope a complaint is not made because management tends to believe the patients story instead of its staff! Labcorp would getting better quality workers if they treated their employees ( the ones that literally do the dirty work) w/ quality instead of making us feel like “ just a number”... all the other “ important” Labcorp employees don’t have to deal with this. They work their perfect M-F 9-5 schedule with a nice paycheck to follow.
Poor Management and very lagging. Management and coworkers hangout/party together. Management discuss employees personal business in front of other employees. Management give better raises to the one they favor. Both Professional/unprofessional.
Labcorp does not seem to care about the lives of their employees. For people who work at Labcorp the work/life balance is basically all work. Labcorp department was given mandatory overtime
Horrible; Honest review!! First off the hours they advertise on indeed is INCORRECT. They advertise 6pm-2am other than that you are working until 4am or later than that. If you have school, children or another job this is not the place for you. The pay is horrible for the amount of work you are doing.
The atmosphere is so tense Everyone is so unhappy there and you can tell.
The job is fine, the position is good and some of my coworkers make the day fun but management believes in nepotism and favoritism and don't have any problems throwing it in your face. The BSrs get rewarded and the actual workers get looked down on but if you're related to management or their favorite brown noser, then your life is great. Don't ask to transfer to another area because you will be denied if you work in Toxic. Worse move I have ever made!!!!!!
mlt (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – March 16, 2019
a typical day at labcorp would be me clocking in getting my reagent ready to put on my machine,then i would do startup that takes about 10minuteafter that get lIS up to make sure my work cross over when I'm finished that I put my reagents in patients on in start run
Patient Service Technician (PST) (Former Employee) – Queens, NY – March 15, 2019
This was by far the best job that I ever had. I worked for Labcorp in New York and the pay was competitive as well as the benefits. I liked the fact that i get paid every week. overall a great Company to work for.I had to move back to Florida.