Avis des employés pour Canadian Linen & Uniform Services - Edmonton, AB
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it was ok but no advancing in this company,it was like working in a high stressfull atomosphere if you can handle it you will do good you must be able to handle alot of critics,and try to please everyone
pay was decent
I started working there and was greeted with warm welcomes from my co workers. However, the people in upper management only see you as easily replaceable and don’t hesitate to take out their anger on whoever is in their vicinity at the time. The embarrassingly low wages and toxic work culture/management made me leave the company after 7 months
Friendly co workers with good cooperation
Lower pay than McDonald’s and you work 10x harder. Management is a complete joke
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delivery and pick up of mats and garments on a specific route. Excellent management staff and co-workers.Lots of lifting and bending. Dealing with customers on an hourly basis. Good pay and benefits and 4 day weeks for customer service reps
Supervisors will throw you under the bus instead of taking responsibility for there own actions. They will not stand up for you. Lower Management will not talk to you face to face. Machines don't work properly but its your fault. 🤨🤨
Great place to work
Pour attitude from supervisors
The work is physically demanding but relatively straightforward; it’s like getting paid to exercise. You’ll be trained to manage your own route with largely the same customers each week. A typical day on route lasts about 6 to 8 hours plus the time to load and unload your truck. Once you get the hang of the job, time flies pretty quickly. If you keep your route clean and communicate with your customers and your manager, you won’t have any trouble. Plus the job is only four days a week, so you have a guaranteed three-day weekend to look forward to.
Four day work week, great pay and benefits, get a workout while you’re on the job
Repetitive, winters days are sometimes pretty tough
as a new immigrant - this place will get you all caught up when new employers are looking to see if you have Canadian experince. The palce is good as a started job. Although have met some seniors who have been there for more than 20 years.
It is a very productive company, however the managing is poor, no appreciation, we bust our butts off daily and for what? some days it feels like a jail. Don't get me wrong, you have your benefit's, weekends off, 40 hours a week, but is it all worth it in the end if you aren't happy? Its been a ride and they have taught me so much and its time to take those talents else where -
Weekends off, benefits
no appreciation, poor managment, no free lunches
Don’t ever work here, the company does not care for you one bit. If you are sick or hurt don’t even bother asking for the time off to heal as there is no one to cover. Meanwhile the management are sitting around in their offices slacking off. Some (not all) management have huge chips on their shoulders and if you voice your opinion they belittle you and come right in your face and want to start something.
Management and everything else
We would come in and wash linens in 5 1000lbs laundry machines. We would wash different kinds of linens. Example : napkins, table cloths, Chef coats, Chef pants and doctor office sheets.
we had paid coffee breaks
Short time to turn around linens.
Overall it's a tough job that ages you quickly. Management only cares about the pennies they can save. Several hours of overtime is to be expected every week without any prior notice. Expect to work holidays and not be paid overtime for your first three months.