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In my department they were awful. No flexibility and no heads up about weekend work. If you had weekend plans and were unable to come in the response was "Do your job or else". Again terrible.

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For contract work, excellent benefits.

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I walked in with my resume and cover letter as a Junior level college student. I got an interview request two months after dropping it off and got the job offer right after the interview.

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I don't even put this on my resume.

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Pace grows through acquisition of laboratories, each and every lab is run differently. The Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo labs are now closed as of Dec 2018. I cannot give an honest answer as to what an employee might expect at any other Pace lab across the country. I can gaurentee that they are all much more automated than my specific lab. Know and understand computers and basic Chemistry.

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Work is work. It can fast pace at times but challenging too.

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A company's reputation is everything. I would focus giving clients quality results even if it took a little extra time to produce these results. That is what the client is paying for. Additionally, it will reduce the stress on employees to accept questionable results, they are less likely to cut corners to meet production goals.

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Producing a better quality of product rather than producing a questionable product quickly will always be better for the company in the long run. If the laboratory gets a reputation for producing quality results, the money will follow.

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Very fast process; I got an interview for this job on a Tuesday, went in for a drug test on Thursday and started working on Monday.

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I can only speak for my specific experience at the Grand Rapids lab. We did undergo a management change while I was there. Expectations for increasing production were raised while management's committment to more automated and efficient extraction methods lagged behind. We were told daily, to be more efficient, and to work faster and longer, do whatever we have to, to complete the job.

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