Doylestown, Pennsylvania
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After working for the company for two years and leaving due to personal matters, I have tried getting rehired by the company. One of the hiring managers Franchesca, seems to have an issue with hiring me back.

After being told by personal that I was highly rehirable and that the company would be more than glad to have my experience and expertise, I have yet after two years of submitting over 750 applications been rehired. I just get the usual not qualified email (I assure you I apply for only positions that I once held). I was a model employee, never late, never laid out, never off (actually lost many hours of PTO).

So after being told that i was rehire material, I finally will stop applying.

Your options to being rehired after leaving are null. So beware of this before applying and wasting your time.

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HARDWORKER
#375041

I AM A LC EMPLOYEE THAT RELOCATED AND HAD TO WAIT 1YEAR BUT THE REASON WAS THAT THERE WERE NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AND HAVE BEEN WITH THEM EVERY SINCE MAYBE YOU WERENT THE "MODEL EMPLOYEE" YOU SAY YOU WERE.

HARDWORKER
#375040

I AM A LC EMPLOYEE THAT RELOCATED AND HAD TO WAIT 1YEAR BUT THE REASON WAS THAT THERE WERE NO POSITIONS AVAILABLE AND HAVE BEEN WITH THEM EVERY SINCE MAYBE YOU WERENT THE "MODEL EMPLOYEE" YOU SAY YOU WERE.

Anonymous
#367939

@Austin,Tx; no I'm not able to relocate. While there are those that may have gotten rehired in their particular area, there are those that intend to pull the don't like card as this person has with me.

I don't care if you like me or not this isn't the reason you should re-hire someone; the reason is that they were loyal to the company and never laid out of work, were always a fantastic sticker with few specimen issues. @ anonymous on October 17, 2011....this I shall never get over; it was so rude, when asked if I should keep wasting my time; please keep trying was the answer I received. I loved this company and it was not the right thing to do to take a FMLA, not knowing how long I would be out of work.

So, do I feel duped by the company? YES

Anonymous
#360406

Labcorp has no obligation to rehire you! Get over it and move on!!!

Anonymous
#338458

I'm so sorry you had such a bad experience with getting rehired. I was rehired by Labcorp.

I have had nothing but good experiences with this company. Are you able to relocate to another location in order to get rehired?