LifeLabs

Working at LifeLabs: company overview and reviews

LifeLabs
LifeLabs
3.3
218 reviews
LifeLabs ratings
3.3
Average rating of 218 reviews on Indeed
3.2Work-life balance
3.1Pay & benefits
2.9Job security & advancement
2.9Management
3.1Culture
Headquarters
100 International Blvd. Toronto, ON Canada, M9W 6J6
Employees
5,001 to 10,000
Revenue
$100M to $500M (USD)
Industry
Health Care

Popular jobs at LifeLabs

 Average salarySalary range
4 salaries reported
$24.04
per hour
$12.00-$36.10
2 salaries reported
$17.89
per hour
$10.15-$26.85
3 salaries reported
$16.10
per hour
$10.15-$24.15
1 salary reported
$17.00
per hour
$10.15-$25.50
3 salaries reported
$16.83
per hour
$10.15-$25.25
Salary satisfaction
37%
of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 376 reviews

LifeLabs reviews

Overall reviews at LifeLabs

2.0
Account Director | Toronto, ON | Nov. 4, 2019
No leadership
I am a results-driven Senior Management professional with more than 20 years of verifiable experience in leading sales teams, strategic business development, increasing revenue and managing budgets. Exceptional communicator with a consultative sales style, strong negotiation skills, exceptional problem-solving abilities, and a keen client needs assessment attitude.
5.0
Laboratory Technician | Scarborough, ON | Jan. 11, 2020
Very challenging workplace, productive and friendly staff and management.
Working in Lifelabs during my Placement thought me a lot. From theory into actual practice helps me develop my skills of what I've learned during my studying as Medical Laboratory Assistant. I considered as a Very challenging workplace, productive and friendly staff, including the management.
4.0
Mobile Phlebotomist | Ottawa, ON | Dec. 15, 2019
good place to work, usually understaffed
People/staff are friendly and generally a good place to work, however, usually understaffed. More work than there are bodies. I feel the company lacks inclusion of all sites across the country.
5.0
Business Systems Analyst | Etobicoke, ON | Nov. 4, 2019
Flexible and employee friendly workplace
My overall experience with LifeLabs was amazing. I was working as Business system analyst in IT department. I would say great work-life balance, flexibility to work from home, good salary, great people, lot of things to learn.
2.0
Lab Technical Assistant | Vancouver, BC | Jul. 11, 2016
Not recommeneded.
Hardest part of the job is dealing with patients. Not much career advancement. Not much proper training. Company likes to save on money. Very repetitive work. Work can be dangerous.
3.0
Medical Technologist | Toronto, ON | Sep. 4, 2018
Experience varies from departments
Everyday is busy and challenging, there are many changes and you need to adapt. The style of the manager's leadership has a direct impact on the work environment.
Prosfree coffee
Conswork life balance is hard to achieve, lots of shift work
4.0
Laboratory Assistant | Burnaby, BC | Jul. 2, 2016
Great place to work
Salary is competitive and its a good place to work. Lots of opportunities to move within the company.......................
5.0
Mobile Assistant | Toronto, ON | Nov. 16, 2020
Amazing Company to Work at
This is the best company in the medical Laboratory field to work with. They supervisors are amazing, work life balance it great. Pay and benefits are amazing and fair. I love Lifelabs Toronto, hope I can work for them again.
4.0
Data Warehouse Engineer | Etobicoke, ON | Jan. 22, 2020
good place to work
employees were very supportive of one another and genuinely cared about the output which they produced. recommend to anyone as a great place to work.
4.0
Laboratory Technician | Stoney Creek, ON | Jun. 29, 2012
Lifelabs is a good place to start a future, but their job security is poor
My career at Lifelabs was steady and rewarding, but the management is lacking organization and the ability to grow into the future. There are to many "bosses" and they are not in touch with each other, causing mass confusion and a disorderly work place.
Prospatient care has improved over the years, and their benifit package is good.
Consthe lack of a union allows management to treat employees poorly, and favouratism is the norm rather than the exception.

Questions and answers about LifeLabs

What is the work environment and culture like at LifeLabs?
Asked Jun. 1, 2017
Favouritism runs rampit!! Don't ask questions of management, because you will be labelled as a trouble maker!! Too much work for too few people!!
Answered Mar. 23, 2021
Favouritism runs rampant!!! Hard workers are criticized, while incompetent friends of management are treated well!
Answered Feb. 8, 2020
Are you part of a union?
Asked Sep. 4, 2017
Yes! Opseu
Answered Jul. 10, 2020
No I'm not part of a union since I left the fire department.
Answered Dec. 8, 2017
Wath are the working hours?
Asked Mar. 31, 2018
No work/life balance!!! You are expected to work nights consistently, and shift changes are made for you at the last minute!!
Answered Mar. 23, 2021
Part time but expected to work full time hours with no benefit. No overtime allowed.
Answered Dec. 15, 2019
What should you wear to an interview at LifeLabs?
Asked Apr. 6, 2017
Business attire
Answered Jan. 28, 2018
Wear a suit and be clean and tidy
Answered Dec. 8, 2017
Which transportation of dangerous goods designation does one need to apply as a courier with lifelabs?
Asked May 5, 2017
I had all this when working at the fireball and also at the Ammunition department
Answered Dec. 8, 2017
I had whimmis training and trained to transport dangerous goods in the fire department and as a truck and forklift driver atCFAD where I had to collect and deliver dangerous goods when I worked at the Ammunition department.
Answered Dec. 8, 2017