- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Mission Linen Supply full-time (More than 10 years)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
The company maintains a family feel despite its growth over time - everyone will know your name. If you work hard and deliver results, the pay is good and there is limitless opportunity to grow within the company, which typically promotes from within. While uniform and linen supply is not a glamorous industry, it is rock solid, as is the company.
Unions often get in the way of success.
Advice to Management
Continue to look for ways to move the business forward into the future.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Mission Linen Supply in June 2014.
Applied online and was called asking to schedule a phone interview. BAR Question format all the way, and it wasn't terribly hard. It was over an hour talking about the position and asking questions combined. What I did not appreciate was the conduct of the interviewer. I was told to expect an email with instructions/login for a test that needed to be taken before I could be placed in the pool of candidates for a face to face interview. I waited, checked junk, checked other emails, double checked my email was correct on the original application. The next evening I called to let him know I had not gotten the email and I got voice mail. Same the next day and the next. After a week of leaving messages and not getting a return call I blocked my caller ID and called 2 minutes after leaving a message and boom, got a pick up straight away. (Yes, they were screening my call) and he sheepishly tells me that oh, yeah, we found a better candidate. This conduct did not give me a good impression of the business at all.
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A man with a mission transformed Mission Linen's business, from its start in 1930 as a one-man operation to an industry force of 50-plus facilities in California, Arizona, Texas, Oregon, and New Mexico. That man was company founder G.B. Page. Today, Mission Linen Supply provides bed linens, bath towels, tablecloths, napkins, aprons, chef coats, and bar mops to businesses such as motels and hotels, restaurants, hospitals, and other medical facilities. It also sells, rents, and launders uniforms and provides floor mats, mops, and shop towels to its industrial customers. Some...