Donation Coordinator (Former Employee) – Minnesota – March 23, 2018
Through all the good that is done remains a lack of employee well being. After multiple studies showing working 24 hours straight leads to errors they talked but made no effort to act. Also they do not support employee health and and will blame employees for issues that arise from the inherent nature of the job. They have moved away from caring about the people and have truly become just another corporate entity. High turn over has been over looked.
Donor Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – February 18, 2017
LifeSource is on a mission to save and also improve the quality of patients. We have an awesome work environment with great benefits. There isn't a lot of room for advancement because it is a small company (less that 150 employees) but each person's role is very significant. Did I mention we have great benefits?
Organ Donation Coordinator (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – September 17, 2014
I loved the job at LifeSource, but with many 24-36 hour shifts, flying out in the middle of the night to evaluate a potential donor and meeting with grieving families every time you went out on a case was cause for high burnout. Very rewarding, but exhausting.