Route distributor, laundry attendant (Former Employee) – Bend, OR – March 22, 2018
Not worth it. I would not recommend this job to anyone. The hours are poor during the winter, good during summer. They say one thing and do another. No room for advancement unless you are a man or are buddies with management.
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – January 15, 2018
Plant 2601 in Oceanside needs to clean House from the top, pay was good , bennies were good, most coworkers were cool but ALL MANAGERS SUCKED, I'm much better now. In conclusion I wouldn't recommend, this plant, its falling apart. Mrs Page please come clean House lol.
RSSR (Current Employee) – California – January 14, 2018
No work/life balance..They work you to the bone! Managers are lazy and could careless if you are hurt. You need to hustle to make extra money. Sales goals and soliciting is ridiculous when working a 60hr work week. Heavy lifting on the daily. Seldom take breaks and lunch.
Linen finisher (Former Employee) – Bend, OR – January 9, 2018
What a joke. The long-term employees were treated like garbage. They like to hire people with no brains then let them have all the hours, while the brainless ones create a hostile environment to work in. I hated coming there everyday to be treated with NO respect, but expected to do multiple jobs at low pay while management turns there lazy backs on the loyal ones. Big thumbs down! Even customers are complaining constantly with no resolution.
Linen Finisher (Former Employee) – Sacramento, CA – November 7, 2017
Like the ladies that worked longer than I have, the pay is great but the work is all sorts of mess. You can learn to love it, honestly, it's just depends on you. It's not for young adult, that is probably why I didn't like it. Things are always changing, and there are times I feel like I done a better job than the ones that actually worked there for 5 years.
Meeting new people
A disagreement between two co-workers, is just a typical cat fight for the managements.
Learning and Development Manager (Former Employee) – Santa Barbara, CA – October 30, 2017
I would recommend working at Mission Linen. The company has high expectations of their employees which is not a bad thing. The encourage and coach their employees to perform at high level and reward their employees with bonuses that are typically correlated with performance. They pay fairly and offer good benefits. I enjoyed the people and the environment and have brought a number of people to the organization.
Healthcare Account Manager (Former Employee) – Lancaster, CA 93534 – October 11, 2017
Mission Linen was a great place to work. I was a Healthcare Account Manager. I enjoyed working with the customers at my accounts. I was the leaison between the plant and the hospitals. I was responsible for training the hospital staff regarding linen usage.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Union City, CA – September 13, 2017
Everyday first thing punch in after check if we have any special orders. How to take care of customers,sales geting new accounts. Hardest part start early morning 4 am. As long taking care of customers provide what they need no problems.
Plant Producton (Current Employee) – Bend, OR – August 24, 2017
The job itself is a good job. But management lets employees create a hostile work environment, from disparaging comments from fellow employees, to flat out harassment. When you complain, you get moved to a worse area in the plant and your hours get changed. The offending employee gets left to maintain the same behavior.
Tumbler (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – August 4, 2017
Come to work to find a mess and not enough equipment to do the job. Constant fighting amongst the employees and management. There is nothing hard about the job except watching management do it wrong on a daily basis.
Route Sales and Service Representative (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – July 24, 2017
Hardest part of the job was working in the heat with no AC. Customers were great. Good pay. Good hours, and weekends off. Managers were not the best, they needed to be a little more attentive to the drivers and their concerns.
Good pay and ok benefits. Horribly ran from top to bottom
RSSR (Former Employee) – California – July 18, 2017
Great job if managers would pull thier wieght its always pointing fingers and placing blame. Have to be on top of paycheck for bonus's,will get ripped off by GM so he can reach his quota and bonus. No accountablitiy product was never available. The actual job will take a toll on your body, very physically demanding. If you work in upper managment you're fine, the production and drivers are treated like animals. Could be a great job but way to much chaos and bickering to evercome.
Linen Worker (Former Employee) – Flagstaff, AZ – June 5, 2017
To me working here was good the work was easy and I loved my co workers. But I'm not a fan of standing in one spot all day everday. Not a huge fan of not being able to talk either. But it's money. But the bosses are very understanding of any situation your in in life to help.