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  • CEO
    Adam H. Schechter
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £4bn to £7bn (GBP)
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  • Headquarters
    531 South Spring Street ...
  • Link
    Labcorp website
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Clinical Trials Administrator in Maidenhead, Berkshire
on 1 December 2022
Poor management but great team
Work was very tedious and repetitive, did not learn much on the job or receive a good standard of training. Managers are not supportive and do not encourage your development. However the team itself was good and everyone was friendly
Animal Care Assistant in Harrogate, North Yorkshire
on 31 January 2023
Great place
I have only been working here for a month so far, but it's going very well. You start at the bottom and get trained up the ladder. The work is quite demanding and really requires you to have initiative and organisation. The security is excellent and everything is done by the book (as it should be for scientific studies). Pay for this role has recently increased making this a great post graduate job.
QA in Huntingdon
on 25 December 2022
Poor and undermining
Terrible environment and workplace culture. Unskilled supervisors, rude, mean, falsifying your work in order just survive in their position. Disgusting.
Laboratory Assistant in Harrogate, North Yorkshire
on 14 November 2022
Terrible pay for work required
Management in my department was good who were always there if you needed to talk but the job itself was stressful and repetitive. People higher up kept adding things to do onto of an increased workload. Very low pay for effort and location for living there.Training was terrible on busy days and often left to do things unsupervised due to lack of staff.I only stayed as long as I did for the team I was with as the people are lovely.
Assistant in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire
on 15 October 2022
Toxic environment
Toxic environment, bullying and the worst management ever, no training, favouritism, no equipment.No progression at all. If you been in that company more than 20 years a new starter has no chance and if you are picked on no help.

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Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

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