Key Account Executive (Former Employee) - Herndon, VA - December 7, 2019
Average sales rep job, great if you want to be an anonymous cog in a huge machine. There was no concern for signed clients, when encountering a situation that needed to escalate my management tier, I was repeatedly told that no one ever contacted them.
Nonetheless I had a wonderful experience at labcorp. My co workers were helpful during my training and everyone for the most part went above and beyond to ensure patients were cared for and the office flowed as expected.
Site Coordinator/Phlebotomist (Former Employee) - Fairfax, VA 22033 - September 24, 2019
Working for Labcorp was a great experience. I advanced to my position as Site Coordinator within a year of being hired. The job had it's challenges but it was exciting to figure out how to get the job completed.
Site Coordinator (Current Employee) - Germantown, MD - September 3, 2019
It's like High school all over again. Very Clicky. If you don't belong to the click then you don't advance. They gossip more than 2 old ladies sitting on the porch watching the neighborhood. (or 2 high school girls) Especially the Manager and Supervisors, they are the worst. Everybody is all in your business, they treat the Phlebotomist like Kah Kah and with out the phleb. You wouldn't have LabCorp, cause what are you testing? You need the specimens right? This Place sucks. I would not suggest working here at all.
Phlebotomist I (Current Employee) - Manassas, VA - July 24, 2019
I just moved to the area.. I love LabCorp but I have to commute one hr.oneway and that's to much driving for the my pay... I would like something closer to home. .. but other than that I have had a good experience with labCorp.. I started my career in Denver and just transferred to the VA. Erea
Lab Accessioner (Former Employee) - Herndon, VA - May 26, 2019
- Heavy workload every night
- Micromanaging from the head manager
- No diversity in the workplace
- Not very good training program
- Not very professional workplace as coworkers chatting and talking a lot about each other
unprofessional workplace, no opportunities to grow
Site Coordinator & Senior Phlebotomist (Former Employee) - Silver Spring, MD - May 24, 2019
If I can turn back in working for Lab Labcorp is always number one very efficient, effectiveness, professionalism, the diversity in the company is growing no prejudice it is totally against Labcorp policy I can go on and on I love Labcorp and I miss it.
Initially, I was honoured to be accepted as the new Site Coordinator for Chevy Chase PSC. For years, I've tapped danced around the idea of advancement as a Site Coordinator because of the stories on how stressful the position could be. Once I accepted the position and reported to duty, I soon realized that I was always the first to arrive (on time) and the last to leave (due to staffing issues created by Management). Management would constantly pull Phlebotomist from this office to fill in at other doctors' offices while I struggled to keep afloat. I would question these actions; but was told by my Supervisor that I have to work with what I have and its nothing more that could be done....but Management would still come there, sit, and watch us work short staffed---instead of helping. This location easily sees 100 plus patients a day. Some times, it would only be myself and 2 other (sometime 1) Phlebotomist (where it really suppose to be "4" Phlebotomists "and" a Site Coordinator). On top of myself greeting patients and complete my time sensitive duties----I had to constantly fall in-line to enter Doctors' orders, draw patients, process specimens, order supplies, catch/trouble shoot errors, trouble shoot computers when they crash--slows up patient service (almost every day), train new staff (which was often the people whom management paired me with and this created most of the errors), clean, check and reply to emails, communicate with Doctors offices---etc. It's hard to catch errors when you are working. I'm catching everyone's errors, but no one was catching mines. There have - more...
Wonderful patient/Phlebotomist interaction, great benefits, pay was ok, but could be better for this stressful position.
Poor and unprofessional Management, Short staffing filled in by new inexperienced Phlebotomists, computers glitch and crash often...creating errors.