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9 days ago

Phlebotomist

LabCorp Washington, DC +3 locations

Our requirements include: · High school diploma or equivalent, as well as Phlebotomy certification (where required) from an accredited agency… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Support Services Supervisor

LabCorp Herndon, VA

Oversight for processor to process and accession hospital specimens for hospitals. Candidate must be experienced in laboratory testing requirements… Glassdoor


16 days ago

Phlebotomy Supervisor

LabCorp Herndon, VA

License/Certification/Education: A Bachelor’s Degree is preferred w/1-3 years of experience in related field. Normally requires a Valid Driver’s… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Reference Test Clerk/ Float

LabCorp Herndon, VA

Onsite Processor to process and accession hospital specimens for hospitals. Candidate must be experienced in laboratory testing requirements… Glassdoor


15 days ago

Courrier

Laboratory Corporation of America Herndon, VA

Our requirements include: · High school diploma or equivalent · Valid driver’s license with clean driving record and 1-2 years of direct driving… Glassdoor


13 days ago

PSC Regional Manager

LabCorp Herndon, VA

License/Certification/Education: A Bachelor’s Degree is preferred w/5-7 years of experience in related field. Normally requires a Valid Driver’s… Glassdoor


17 days ago

Phlebotomy position in Gambrills MD

LabCorp Gambrills, MD

Our requirements include: · High school diploma or equivalent, as well as Phlebotomy certification (where required) from an accredited agency… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Histotechnologist

LabCorp Annapolis, MD

License/Certification/Education: Normally requires a Bachelor’s Degree w/1-3 years of experience in Histology and meet all licenses necessary for… Glassdoor


16 days ago

Phlebotomy position in Glen Burnie MD

LabCorp Glen Burnie, MD

Our requirements include: · High school diploma or equivalent, as well as Phlebotomy certification (where required) from an accredited agency… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Specimen Accessioner - Linthicum, MD (2nd shift)

LabCorp Linthicum, MD

License/Certification/Education: Requires a High School Diploma or equivalent w/1-2 years of experience. Prepares laboratory specimens for designated… Glassdoor


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    A 2nd tier company.

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    Pros

    Lab testing is relatively insulated from economic downturns so you don't have to worry too much about layoffs. Has pretty good benefits. Vacation time (18 days per year to start).

    Cons

    As with so many big companies, upper management is out of touch and too slow to react. They seem to have endless people with "titles" and making $100k + but then they cheap out with what most people would consider a "must have" such as spare tires for courier vehicles. Ever heard the term "pennywise, pound foolish"? That's Labcorp. Labcorp is the 2nd largest lab in the country behind Quest Diagnostics. Problem is, they will always be number two. They need to beef up their customer service (call center) experience. They are very, very far from "world class". A company of this size should offer a call center experience that is second to none.

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    Stop being so divisionally oriented. Make the company ONE company, not 7 or 8 (or however many divisions there are). Have uniform policies across all divisions and all work areas. The time off policy should be standard across the country, but not only does it vary across divisions, it varies across departments within the same division. Same goes for shift differentials. They are all over the map. Make a standard policy, and while you're at it, update the time keeping system to automatically pay shift diffs instead of relying on manual input by supervisors. Update the graphics on the courier vehicles. You have 3,000 vehicles driving a half a million miles per day which can act like roving billboards. Use them !! The signs on the LCA cars look like they haven't been updated since 1985. Look at the Quest Vehicles. They have HUGE, MODERN graphics advertising their presence, their DOMINANCE. Think people, think!! Labcorp is so cheap that they don't even put their name on specimen bags. I realize a 10th of cent is a 10th of a cent, but come on now.. Another thing, stop the ridiculous practice of having couriers verify EVERY SPECIMEN that they pickup at hospitals (at least in the Northeast Division). This causes couriers to remain onsite at hospitals for up to 1 hour, and for what? To verify what the customer has chosen to send to us? Imagine bringing a box to FedEx or UPS to ship and the clerk at the counter says "Sir, can you please wait while I open your package and inventory the items you are sending so that I can prove we received them"? No, of course not. You hand them a sealed box, and they are responsible for getting that ONE sealed box to its' destination. Imagine how many more stops a courier could do if he didn't have to spend so much time at each hospital, or how much earlier that courier could arrive back at the lab? This is how it should go: Hospital knows what time courier is scheduled to arrive. Hospital prepares sealed batch bags for each temperature specimens (ambient, refrigerated, frozen). Courier arrives, scans each batch bag containing specimens, leaves. Total time: 2-4 minutes. Batch bags are tracked to their final destination. Inventory, if needed, can performed at lab, not on the road, which holds up countless other specimens from reaching the lab in a timely manner.

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