I worked at Interstate Blood Bank full-time (More than a year)
Easy job, you won't work hard.
Not a career, not for those who can't stand downtime.
Advice to Management
Try educating yourselves in the art of professional ethics and maturity. Effective and industry standard management practices and laws. More laws broke by management harassing uneducated employees who don't know their rights, it was absurd at times.
I applied in-person. The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Interstate Blood Bank in January 2017.
Was told I'd start at $9/hr. Wanted phlebotomy but was told I had to start in HH. Later found out males go straight to phlebotomy with no medical experience. I was paid less, had more education abs experience than my male counterpart making $1.50/hr more than me.
I asked for $9/hr and was told I could. After the first check I asked when would I be paid correctly, then the answer turned into "after probationary period" and "once you master the HH and move on to DP". I saw where that was going and never brought it up again.
Short answer: what negotiation?
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