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I have been working at TriCore Reference Laboratories full-time (More than 3 years)
Supervisors are very friendly and easy to talk to. There's a lot of over time, if you want to work.
Equipment doesn't usually work when it's supposed to. Computer systems always go down, which makes the job harder and makes patients wait time longer. There's always changes, one day you'll go into work and do things one way, and the next it will be completely the opposite. A lot of employees call off, and the ones that do work get stuck covering for those that don't feel the desire to work their shift.
Advice to Management
Management should not allow employees to take their breaks when ever they want. They should also have their employees responsible to cover their shifts when they don't feel like going to work, for no reason. Also, minimizing the amount of personal phone calls some employees make or receive should be limited. This isn't your home, its your place of employment!
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at TriCore Reference Laboratories (Albuquerque, NM).
Three interviews, one with management, one with fellow employees and one with HR. It is a very long process and after you get there there is a typing test and you must type at least 45 words per minute.