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Being yourself at LabCorp and applying your unique perspectives helps contribute to our healthy, productive and respectful work environment. It's the only way we believe innovation can truly flourish.

Oct 6 2020

Embracing our Global Diversity and Empowering our Employees

Fulfilling our mission of improving health and improving lives at a global level requires a broad viewpoint that goes beyond one’s own country and culture. While incorporating a wide variety of perspectives to meet the diverse needs of our patients, we are also looking within our workplaces to ensure that we welcome and accept all of our team members as they are, each and every day.

Wayne Ferguson
Oct 6 2020

Meet Wayne: Leading the newest chapter of our PRIDE employee resource group

Help us celebrate the 15th anniversary of LGBT History Month, which is celebrated in countries around the world, and National Coming Out Day, celebrated in the U.S. on October 11, and learn about the latest initiatives to create stronger connections for our employees. Meet Wayne, one of our accessioning managers, and hear about his plans for a remote chapter of our PRIDE Network employee resource group in the New York City metro area.

Alice, Senior Billing EDI Analyst
Oct 5 2020

Group forming for employees with disabilities aims to further inclusivity and accessibility

“Increasing Access and Opportunity” is this year’s theme for National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM). To better support people in our global enterprise who identify as disabled, LabCorp, the parent company of Covance, is forming a new employee resource group (ERG) and spending time to learn more about employees’ needs to further an inclusive, accessible and welcoming environment for all.

Edna Parker, Vice President, LabCorp National Office of Quality
Aug 27 2020

Women in Leadership

Learning from a VP who started as a medical technologist

Edna Parker started her career as a medical technologist in hospital laboratories. She’s been part of LabCorp since 1984, growing from a laboratory manager to her current leadership role. Find out how Edna is giving back to her local communities; engaging with the Women’s Empowerment Network, a LabCorp employee resource group; influencing industry regulations; and paving the way for other women in science.

Women in Leadership
Aug 25 2020

A Great Mosaic: Supporting Women in Leadership at LabCorp

In business terms, employees are a company’s greatest asset. They are the source of its differentiation, its innovation and its future growth. "We are strongest as a company when all our employees can contribute to their fullest potential," says Glenn Eisenberg, LabCorp’s chief financial officer. "An inclusive, high-performing culture — one that values diversity across age, race, ethnicity, gender, religion, experiences and more — amplifies a company’s ability not only to succeed, but to rise far above its competitors."

Anna Schmid
Jul 22 2020

ADA 30th Anniversary - Anna Schmid

Anna is sharing her experience with a disability to sharpen our recruiting efforts and strengthen our culture

Creating groundbreaking medicines and therapies and providing world-class diagnostics isn’t easy. But every day, employees at LabCorp, the parent company of Covance, are improving the health and lives of patients around the world.

International Women's Day
Jul 13 2020

Resilience Prominently Displayed During International Women’s Day 2020

International Women’s Day (IWD) was created to advance gender parity, and it’s become customary for businesses around the globe to share stories showcasing women’s resilience as they honor the date on March 8. This year, IWD hit our calendars only three days before the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic.

Naval Recruits
May 12 2020

Supporting our Veterans and Recognizing Their Support of One Another

When asked what they miss most about their time in service, military veterans often mention the unparalleled spirit of camaraderie – and some of them find ways to start recreating it in their civilian careers. We recently learned how that affinity has inspired some of our military veteran employees to support each other through life transitions.

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Apr 13 2020

Employee Raises $40K plus for Cancer Center after being Cured from Tongue Cancer

After earning a dual degree in chemistry and business at University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Joshua had been growing his career at Covance, LabCorp’s drug development business, for seven years, starting as a quality assurance auditor before becoming a study coordinator and an associate pharmacokineticist. He considered himself healthy, which is why his cancer diagnosis of squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity came as a complete shock. 

Black History Month
Feb 20 2020

Honoring African American History Month: Recognizing Contributions from One of Our Own Community-Builders

National African American/Black History Month recognizes the accomplishments of African Americans who have made a difference in our society. Many notable African American physicians, engineers, scientists, and nurses have contributed to medical and scientific breakthroughs and continue to serve as role models for students of color interested in pursuing careers in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields.

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