too much mircomanaging.
Support from management
found a way to get the job done. we did not have management close by to go to so we had to figure things out on our own.
it was not that easy. if we were encouraged to work well together instead of singled out one by one it would have been a good place to work.
Freedom to work independently
i was able to work on my own for long periods of time. which is good sometimes but not when one is swamped
we were not told anything until after the fact.
dont know about that supervisor was not inclined to give us employees any information for career growth.
Overall compensation for your work
started out at the lower end of the payscale even with experience.
nothing from the outside just what the company pushed.
since they were always short-handed people were called in on their days off or had to work longer hours.
i love my current job. i left labcorp and ended up in a job i love and the people i work with are great too.
phlebotomy was not too hard. great job.
Inclusive / Diverse
only ever heard the ideas and opinions of the company and not anyone else.
Suggestions for improvement
- train supervisors on how to deal with situations in the workplace and not just throw a newbie in and expect them to know everything on the first day. training, training, training.
What I like about the company
all the patients were the best even the grouchy ones. they leave one with some kind of knowledge. This would be a good starter job for phlebotomists just starting out in their careers. Teaches you to have patience and (sink or swim) how to deal with the public. Building skills, like drawing babies, children, elderly and all in between, usually by yourself.
What I dislike about the company
the management, usually weren't around when help was needed.