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I worked at Angelica Corporation full-time (More than 8 years)
Great Company good people, some very bright and talented individuals. Good work/life balance and regional and top level leadership (for the most part).
Fundamentals of linen management are abandoned and expectations are skewed at the top. Critical steps must be taken to course correct or the organization will collapse. Technology initiatives need to be matted to KPI's to see the ROI. Industry is ready for disruption but technology needs to converge with many overlooked or undervalued opportunities to realize full potential and prove value.
Advice to Management
Linen management and controlling costs needs to be primary focus, not sure the all the right players are on the team to keep initiatives focused to guarantee success of RFID.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Angelica Corporation (Pittsburg, NH) in August 2014.
Very bad company does not care! No training to help to healthcare come up! No training bad results! The management crew needs to be trained in the basic business elements. Computer training and basically on going to help be better supervisors!!
good then turned ugly!!!
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Hospitals don't have to move heaven and earth to get clean sheets -- Angelica will do it for them. The firm provides laundry services and rents linens to more than 4,200 health care providers, including dentists, medical clinics, hospitals, and nursing homes. It rents and cleans scrubs, bed sheets, towels, gowns, and surgical linens. Angelica also provides mops, mats, sterile surgical packs, and on-site linen room management. The firm operates about 30 laundry service centers across the US. Angelica traces its roots back to 1878, when it was established as a uniform ...