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I worked at Octapharma Plasma full-time (More than 3 years)
I liked the people I worked with and that I was working a job for a good cause. Plasma donation is a very important cause.
The policies were very strict and sometime ridiculous but probable because it is a fda regulated industry. I had a substandard management team that played favoritism. It didn't matter how many hours you work sometimes up to 14 and you were only allowed 2 15 minute breaks and 1 30 minute unpaid lunch BUT in my role I could be pulled from my lunch for an emergency and then you could start over once the emergency was over and finish what you had left of your lunch. Also if you were the only Physician Substitute working you weren't permitted to leave the property even thou it was an unpaid lunch because the center could not be engaged in any plasma donatations if a Physician Substitute wasn't on the property so hope you dont get sick while your at work or have a family emergency because you can't leave. The starting pay was alright but the yearly raises were ridiculous my raises went 5 cents the 1st year, 11 cents the 2nd year 17 cents the third year and the told me that that was one of the best raises in the center that year. I heard one employee tell me she got a 3 cent raise. When I quit I was making $17.88 an hour.
Advice to Management
Stop the favortism and they should give more breaks if your working a 12 or 14 hour days. Physician Substitutes should not work alone.
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