Load builder (Former Employee), Flagstaff, AZ – June 16, 2014
Pros: benifits, uniforms
Cons: short breaks, works more then 8 hrs.
A typical day at work would be fun outgoing hard working with co-workers.One of the hardest part of the job is the physical work picking up heavy object pushing heavy carts to one side of the building to the other. But the most enjoyable part of the job is working and having a good environment with your co-workers keeps you going.
Fast Paced Service Company In A Competitive Industry
MANAGER (Current Employee), California – April 27, 2014
Pros: company culture
Cons: high pressure from competition
This company sits right on the line between a large company and a small company. This presents many challenges as they seek to gain and maintain market share from larger companies within the industry. The hardest part of the job is leveraging limited assets to achieve a large result. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with a diverse, professional – more... and dynamic group of individuals. Great company culture. – less
They paint a pretty picture, but once you are in, it's a nightmare.
RSSR (Former Employee), Chino – February 9, 2014
Pros: decent pay
Mission is very disorganized, they are very dishonest with there customers. The GM (Donald) is extremely cocky and is extremely shady. Jeremy which I believe is a manager on the hospital business part of it, is the worst. He doesn't know how to manage, he's just Donald's puppet. If the company actually decided to look into these two guys, they probably – more... wouldn't be with the company anymore. – less
Productive and busy work place for industrial plant.
Office Clerk (Current Employee), Salinas, CA – December 23, 2013
Pros: work experience and health benefits
Cons: stress of being over-worked
On a regular work day I do data entry and handle service calls/emails. I wrork under my office manager who helps with lots of work. I have one co-worker in the office who prints invoices and soil tickets. The hardest part of the job is having lots of dead lines though out the day. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to communicate with – more... our customers. – less
Soil sorter (Former Employee), Sacramento, CA – November 5, 2013
My typical day always started out strenuous because we had to always pick up where morning crew left off. It was the most fast paced work environment that I have ever worked in. I Learned how to work a lot of heavy machinery like washers, dryers, bag lifters, Dock loaders etc. Most of management was great specifically night crew, the management for – more... morning always let the workers leave everything a mess so we would always have to play catch up for the first shift, thus being the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job was when were all caught up and everything was running like a factory should. – less
Area Manager (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZ – August 19, 2013
Pros: good compensation and benefits
Cons: poor management, vulgar and juvenile atmosphere at plant level
I appreciate Mission Linen Supply for the culture of "Integrity and Great Customer Service" that it's corporate office try's to instill in it's various locations. They also do a good job of training and developing employees from a corporate standpoint. The Route Service Representatives are excellent, give great customer service, and are great to work – more... with. The management at the plant level however has created a culture of back biting, lying, sarcasm, vulgarity, and childish behavior. – less
Area Manager (Former Employee), Sacramento, CA – September 17, 2012
Pros: work environment, employee tenure, family atmosphere
Cons: lack of technology.
I worked as an Area Manager with Mission for one year. In that time, I became quickly familiar with the industry and had the opportunity to work with very knowledgeable people that held each other accountable for results. I was mostly impressed by the tenure of employees here. They truly do believe on promoting internally and offering their home-grown – more... talent opportunity to spread their wings. – less