Is there anything better than dog kisses? ARUP Laboratories is adding dog therapy mental health breaks to its array of companywide initiatives to improve employee well-being.
How about some dog kisses? ARUP offers dog therapy to employees to improve mental health, reduce stress, and enhance well-being.
Jenna Przybyla came to ARUP without a degree in 2020 to work as a lab tech in Chemistry Processing. Two years later, she’s set to finish school and make a career in laboratory science.
Jenna Przybyla came to ARUP for a job and found a career in laboratory science. Now, she makes a difference in patients’ lives every day. Learn how at ARUP’s Career Fair on May 13.
Inspired by a TV medical drama, Maritza Byczkowski pursued a career in laboratory science. Every day she prepares the tissue sample slides that pathologists review to diagnose disease. After 24 years as a histotechnician specialist at ARUP, she’s still passionate about helping patients.
ARUP Histotechnician Maritza Byczkowski found her passion while watching a TV medical drama. Byczkowski saw the possibilities for a career in science that would allow her to help patients.
ARUP Laboratories’ commitment to creating a supportive and satisfying work environment for employees has earned it a place on Forbes magazine’s list of America’s Best Employers for Diversity.
Noël Pusey, a medical laboratory scientist in ARUP Laboratories’ Immunohematology Reference Lab, performs testing to ensure that patients in need of blood transfusions are matched to the most suitable donors.
As an ARUP blood bank specialist, Noël Pusey uses both creativity and science to solve puzzles in transfusion medicine and help patients.
ARUP President and Chief Medical Officer Tracy George, MD, will share her advice for women pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) in an all-women panel discussion at the Utah Business Deep Tech Conference on March 22.
ARUP President and Chief Medical Officer Tracy George, MD, has a message for women building STEM careers: Believe in yourself.
ARUP’s great culture is getting noticed. Thanks to our dedicated employees for putting us on the Forbes magazine list of America’s Best Midsize Employers for 2022.
ARUP’s commitment to creating a satisfying work environment for employees has earned it a spot on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Midsize Employers for 2022.
For the fourth consecutive year, Utah Business magazine has honored ARUP Laboratories with its Best Companies to Work For award. ARUP is one of 65 companies to earn the award.
ARUP Laboratories announced that it will increase its minimum hourly wage to $15 , marking an important milestone in the company’s multiyear effort to increase wages for all employees.
ARUP’s dedicated employees, including Brook Berger, a lab supervisor, make a difference in the lives of patients every day. A workplace culture that prioritizes patient care is among the strengths that landed ARUP on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Employers by State for 2021.
ARUP’s commitment to providing the best in patient care while also caring for the needs of its workforce has earned it a spot on the Forbes list of America's Best Employers
Sean McGary wasn’t sure what kind of career he wanted when he started at ARUP in an entry-level position. He just needed a reliable schedule with a stable company. Since then, McGary has consistently moved up into positions with more responsibility and increased pay.
The career growth spotlight series shows the myriad career paths possible at ARUP, inside and outside more than 65 laboratories and in more than 180 departments.
Students listen as automation engineer Darby Nelson (not pictured) shows how electricity and magnets can work together to levitate samples on these rectangular movers in order to avoid any friction, which decreases wear and tear on machinery.
Nearly 150 Native American middle-school children recently visited ARUP as part of an American Indian Services PREP Program that focuses on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education.