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Los Angeles, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Biotech & Pharmaceuticals
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year

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    I worked at Biomat USA full-time


    Good place to get some good experience, hard place to make a career


    Over worked, understaffed always, never enough donors, no work/life balance unless you force it and they don't make it easy

    Advice to Management

    Understand the nature of the work and what you need to accomplish, and provide staff with better tools to better do their jobs.

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    I applied in-person. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Biomat USA.


    This is from a long time ago at a Utah location. I HOPE it's improved or expanded since my review below.

    I wanted to be hired as a phlebotomist (I had training). The two guys interviewing me insisted during the interview that they didn't have openings "yet" but after working in the lab awhile I could move positions.

    That was a bunch of bull which my coworkers let me in on after starting in the lab. They said I was likely stuck there (I had to do TONS of training for the lab). I was so pissed. I didn't want to work in a negative 30 degree freezer, packing 50lb boxes forever.

    Not only that, but it seems like 90% of the employees smoke, and they all gather by the employee entrance. Every time I came or left the building I had to walk through a giant cloud. The break room is too small. There aren't enough lockers for staff. It's an old, run down building.

    There is no room for advancement or changing positions at this place (unless you earn a degree first). And they pay is below average.

    I quit after 3 months, which is unlike me.

    If you want to work at a high quality plasma donation center, Biolife is the place to go. It's 100 times better.

    Interview Questions

    • They didn't really ask me what I was expecting to be paid.   1 Answer
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Biomat USA Awards & Accolades

  • Top 100 Most Innovative Companies, Forbes, 2013

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