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It is very fast paced some days and there are other days where work is very slow and you spend your time trying to recruit donors. I've been there for 3 years and I still am currently. I love my job, I couldnt have asked for a better experience. My training was quick and to the point. If you are a fast learner you will do just fine. If you are squeamish and don't do blood or vomit I would say this isnt the job for you. I dont know about other regions my by regions and the surrounding regions I've worked with have all been great. LifeSouth has really allowed me to show my true potential and I wouldn't want to be anywhere else.

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The official starting pay for the beginning phlebotomy position has been raised to $12 an hour and you receive a $1 raise one training ends. There are multiple opportunities for raises there after.

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I got my phone interview, then a week later had an interview in person followed by background check. The third week I had my conditional offer of hire, final interview and drug screen. By the end of a month I started working.

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Be honest, be ready, be professional. Wear proper attire, bring a notepad and pen. Express your interest in helping the community and working with a team. Express your willingness to progress further in the company as your career progresses.

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Very fast pace, no breaks, you will not get a simple thank you for the hard work you out in. 0 balance for life, family, and children. Not a good place to work.

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Making sure you stayed on your toes and not upset supervisor because you will get chastised and yelled at and its all down hill from there until they get you fired or you quit.

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The hours are very long

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You will get trained but not licensed

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