Production Worker (Former Employee) – Bishopville, SC – February 2, 2018
The management here is horrible they don't care about you they yell at you and treat you like you're worthless. If you mess up instead of helping or showing the right way to do something they just get a attitude with you. When you put in all the hard work and the effort it goes un noticed.
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Columbia, MS – August 12, 2017
This place is a great place to start a career in maintenance. As a maintenance technician in the laundry you're working on electrical, mechanical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems all the time. The wide spectrum of machinery types allows a technician to gain experience quickly in the maintenance field if effort is put forth. The Columbia, Mississippi plant also has a great chief engineer and supporting maintenance team that are willing to share their knowledge without hesitation.
Good pay, Machine manuals available, 401k, Tshirts provided
It's very hot inside a building where laundry is being dried so you definitely have to be ready to endure some heat during the summer
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Quitman, GA – May 10, 2017
The best thing about this company is that there are two shifts and you have a schedule in which you do get a day off during the week, and you're off on Sunday, so if you're day off falls on a Saturday then this means you have the weekend off or if your day off falls on a Monday then you get Sun and Monday off etc.
There is two shifts and you get four /five day work week off on Sunday