LifeLabs
Happiness score is 52 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Charles Brown
    59%
    approve of Charles Brown's performance
  • Founded
    1956
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
  • Link
    LifeLabs website
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Medical Technician

208 jobs

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 395 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Customer Service Representative in Burnaby, BC
on 6 May 2022
For warning, lots of coworkers and managements are snakes
First few weeks managers will be very nice to you same as some coworkers. However, some of them will be snakes. Will not help you at all or just put you down. Since I work remote is better not to talk to other coworkers. Unless is in team chat. Managers, will ask if you can shadow new agents or ask for other task and they will be happy. But if you message them, they barely response to you and just read your text without helping. I got hired for flyclear, and since this is temporary role, better to find another job. No benefits at all for temporary role. So your choice if you wanna take the risk.
Medical Laboratory Assistant in Mississauga, ON
on 10 May 2022
Cheap company
Company has poor management and is cheap toward its employees. Do not go above and beyond, because you will end up with more responsibilities than others while still getting paid the same. Job culture is lacking as most employees are Indian or Filipino. Workplace does not feel inclusive at all with everyone speaking in their own native language. However, if you are a student or fresh graduate, this company would be decent for gaining experience in the healthcare/medical field.
Medical Laboratory Technologist in 6560 kennedy road
on 19 April 2022
Best place to Grow
Place full of opportunity to learn new things and advance professionally. There are many positions open internally to advance. Management always support and appreciate.
Lab Patient Technician in Brampton, ON
on 13 April 2022
Productive,fun working with employees
Excellent work ethic, good team, adjustable people specifically with new recruiter.Seniors are Excellent, always stand behind to help. I fell , I was lucky to be the part of LifeLabs.
Lab Assistant in Abbotsford, BC
on 8 April 2022
LifeLabs is horrible
The culture is terrible. You are under intense pressure from management to put as many patients as you can through. Patient care takes a back seat to numbers. The computer system you need to learn is from 1981. It’s archaic and slow. Patients are angry and take it out on you, although it’s the culture that fosters the resentment. Do not work here. Work in a hospital instead.

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