Supervisor/Manager (Former Employee) – Pittsburg, CA – April 18, 2018
Since the beginning i should have seen the signs of a company that does things the wrong way. There is no PM, SOP, etc.the equipment is falling apart and the employees are not happy...
The company is too old, filed for bankruptcy, and bought out. Never did they mentioned that during the interview or shown on the website. Too many irregular things going on and poor support from management.
Unless you're desperate and have no other options...
flatworker (Former Employee) – Henderson, NV – February 5, 2018
Unbelievably unpleasant/negative work environment.
The oppressive heat during summer is magnified by the dryers that run all day. Swamp coolers instead of an AC system, so you're subjected to hot air being blown around instead of cool air.
Machines constantly jam or completely break down, yet you're still expected to make your quota.
Extremely high turnover rate, had 5 people quit in one weekend.
80% of the workers on the production floor speak little to no English.
Managers were everything from forgetful to downright rude.
Your schedule is subject to change at a moments notice, and you sometimes won't know until you get there that your start time was changed.
Conditions were frighteningly unsanitary. Regularly encountered heavily soiled linen that had already been through the washing machines, and other kinds of medical waste in bins of lined that was supposed to have been laundered(Used gauze, IV bags, syringes, etc...)
Pay is low, especially considering what you have to endure throughout the day.
As I said in the summary, I would only suggest applying here if you're desperate, or if you can get a cushy office job.
On a typical day, you will get there first thing in the morning and work until the production is done. In the front, where the clean linen is, they use machines to iron and fold linen. In the back, they sort the soiled linen into carts. Hardest part is dealing with the soiled linen or making production every hour.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Wayne, NJ – November 13, 2017
Guiding incoming customers Prioritized salon organization Data entry, filing Coordinated event to expand customer base Oversaw product and supply orders Organize appointments Assist incoming customers by recommending service that suits them Ensured salon is kept clean Streamlined data entry, filing, payrolls Answer and direct phone calls
Terrible Place! Treated like a slave! Literally still have nightmares!
NA (Former Employee) – Orange, CA – November 10, 2017
Don't work here if you have self worth and self respect! I am not kidding, this place will take what's good of you and replace with bad thoughts. This place would work for you if you are fresh out of prison and are use to verbal/mental abuse from authority.
You get to go home after your shift is over
Your never above being harrassed or verbaly abused for not working really really hard
Excellent place to be at to do work expecially for first time workers with no job. The people are friendly depending on who you talk too.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – October 3, 2017
The place of work is clean and friendly to be around while working and just being on break time while you communicating with employees... The jobs their are easy but fast past but easy to get used to once you are taught.. Angelica is known for the hospital supplies that are being distributed to the hospitals all over California...
Working, sorting, cleaning, quiet, friendly, busy
Disrespectful supervisor, dont communicate to explaination of things, disbelief of wanting to help people that are asking for help even though its more employees
Customer Relationship Manager (Former Employee) – Pittsburg, CA – September 25, 2017
It is a good job if you are willing to overwork with nothing to show for it. Management does not care if you do well at your job. There is no motivation to hit your goals. Everyone blames the lowest person on the totem pole if something goes wrong.
You respond to your customers that you will get back to them and you are unable to because you can't get a response from anyone.
The nice thing is you get to work from home and go out and visit customers everyday rather than sit in an office all day. You get compensation for your car payment, car insurance and gas.