Avis des employés pour Canadian Linen & Uniform Services - Ottawa, ON
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Working for Canadian Linen was worse than being in High School, everyone had their own clicks and loved to spread rumors ad gossip. The work was not very difficult but the atmosphere made everything more difficult and tiring when you finished work.
You're basically a Janitor in a delivery truck, servicing 30-40 businesses per day, picking up dirty laundry/towels and dirty wet floor mats and changing mop heads.. Half the customers/businesses you service are rude to you because the Plant doesn't provide you with enough product.. Most of the time there's nowhere to park your truck.. so you may have to walk a block or two with dirty laundry bags... And once you've finally finished your day, thanking god you're finished, you have your Managers complaining that you could have finished faster.
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Worst job you can imagine. Hot, heavy lifting, short breaks that don't allow for a recovery from the tasks you are assigned. Leadership is lacking, union reps are useless. The air in the plant is toxic wqith fumes and chemicals.
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Horrible place to work, management one sided, very little support or help when needed, neglect company vehicles, even unsafe @ times. Will 100% take advantage of route jumpers, days are over loaded, not enough time to have lunch or breaks. Normal day is 10hr/day or more. Slavery @ its BEST!!! Management and staff are quitting on a monthly basis. Worst experience!!! NO STABILITY ( DO NOT APPLY )
weekend off, decent pay
long hours, unsafe vehicles
Used to be a great place to work but workplace culture has gone down in quality for a while. Co-workers and mid level management were always great and supportive and would make working there tolerable. Going through some growing pains over the last few years we really got to see where upper management really stands. Employees are given unreasonable expectations and put in a position to fail on a daily basis. Most employees are miserable and upper management's inability to admit that anything is wrong is killing the workplace.
Upper management, workplace culture
The disadvantage about working here was production management turn over rate which made things very unorganized considering dead lines were needed to be met.
40 hours monday to friday NO NIGHTS NO WEEKENDS
production manager turn over rate which made production VERY unorganized
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