Data Entry (Current Employee) – Cranford, NJ – August 17, 2018
working at night has its perks , its fast paced, stressful i dont really have much to say the managers are helpful, may have attitudes at times , but who doesnt.. co workers are bombed i really dont know wat else to say
Evening Logistics Team Lead (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 15, 2018
While I'm a valued employee, I cannot get a transfer to another location. This is because my supervisor's manager wants to keep me here. Overall, Labcorp is like any other large company with good employees and a few bad ones. It is important to understand that we're handling important specimens, and we must adhere to proper care in getting them into the lab. That is what we constantly preach to our employees.
Phlebotomist (Current Employee) – Nashville, TN – August 15, 2018
LabCorp is a busy company. I learned a lot about patient information ICD9 codes and how to relate to a patients needs. The most enjoyable part was the connection and relationship you build with the patients and their family.
great company for learning and to get experience and great hours for the following employee's that have children who go to school. With management with placement as far as assignments versus a clients office and a PST its mostly based off favoritism which is the worst part.
Medical Billing Specialist (Former Employee) – Raritan, NJ – August 11, 2018
Communicated with various payers and or clients via telephone to verify coverage processing the paperwork necessary to invoice accounts. Corrected and updatedunbillable claims in an effort to receive appropriate reimbursement from various payers.
Phlebotomist (Former Employee) – Henderson, NV – August 11, 2018
I would recommend labcoro to anyone that's a phlebotomist especially just out of school, I think the basic knowledge of the job will take a person pretty far with the understanding and comprehension needed for blood drawing.
I loved my position at LabCorp. Management was great! Very supportive and encouraging. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting different people from different cultures. I had a different but memorable experience with just about every patient that I met. I was sometimes just someone to listen to them, comfort them but overall help them. The hardest part of my job was not being able to please all my patients. I always feel like everyone I come across should leave knowing that they had a great experience. I had to learn that you can't make everyone happy but you can always do your best and know that their greatest experience was the one with you.
free lunch just about everyday, flexible scheduling, and quarterly bonuses
It was the best time of my life working as a student at Lab Corp.The management and the staff were mission oriented to provide the best care and facility to the patients and along with that training the students. I developed the best skills in doing venipuncture, record keeping skills, medical team work attention to details and accuracy. The staff was the best in teaching and guiding. The most important part was the patient care and being humble and kind. I am thankful to Lab Corp.
Friendly environment, Time Management, Dutifulness, Patient care
They give you various hours that sometime conflict with your next shift. But the guarantee for overtime and great benefits are available. They have fun activities certain months for employees to participate in.
Fun activities, independent work
10-16 hour shifts standing or sitting, no assistance when needed
Sr. Customer Service Representative. 8/2006-5/2018
Sr. Customer Service rep. (Former Employee) – New Castle, DE – August 9, 2018
Labcorp does not treat or seem to care about employee well being. At my site upper management told us there is no advancement opportunities in the state I lived in and should move if one was seeking such. They have you doing the jobs of 5 or 6 other departments all under the guise of customer service which you are not compensated for at all. All time off is bundled into one package givenn at the beginning of the year but call outs roll on a calender year. All in all its too much work with no compensation or coxnsideration.