It performs drying of clothes, separating them according to the type of material and degree of dirt. Weighing, regulating and operating drying machines. Performs a review of washed clothes, checking stains and washing quality. Opera of low complexity equipment. Centrifuge the clothes, separate damaged clothes, and direct them for repair.
You operate machines with linen - repetitive and sometimes boring people from many different nationalities work there easy but may be hard - standing in one place for long hours (8 / 10) 15mins breaks unpaid roster every thursday work 4 or 5days a week, depends on the time of year sunday is off
sunday off, free coffe milk tea, fixed roster
long working hours (10h on sat), unpaid breaks, sometimes boring
Took a job here when I couldn't get any other work... Never have I worked in such suppressive environment Its actually shocking the culture of this place, most of the managers, team leaders are Polish and are only short of whipping the staff thinking they're great on €12 ph... Lots of Africans here that work very hard but not one Black team leader... Also an under current of racism going on most of staff are desperate foreigners kept in check by their Polish masters... The irony!! This place needs to be on prime time investigations... The machines are treated better... Your just a number!! Canteen is a joke... Free tea bags & coffee but bring your own milk suger and cup... Miserable c u next Tuesdays!! Buy your poxy uniform off them lol its desperate!! Avoid this place like the plague unless you are Polish... I've had many many jobs over the years I will never ever forget this place...
General operator (Former Employee) – South Dublin, County Dublin – 30 November 2018
Rotational shift work with 8 hours a day. The key things that i have learnt include, working fast while paying close attention to detail and time management.The hardest part about the job was that it demanded physical strength, you had to stand for the duration of the shift. The most enjoyable part was team work, everyone was working together to ensure that the work is completed on time.
Sorting linen, feeding linen into machinery, packing linen for customer, receive goods at the loading/receiving dock, store received goods in the appropriate locations within the warehouse, Keep careful records of everything that comes in and goes out of the warehouse and lean the space and ensure that goods don’t get damaged
If you feel you can stand in the 1 spot for 11hrs feeding items thru machines then this is a job for you, if u suffer with back or leg pains stay away from the place cos it won't help. Owners come in and walk around and look at ya as if ur a piece of dirt on their shoes! The bell rings we all leave to clock out for our 15 min break ( not paid ) it rings again and we all head back to our machines
Very short unpaid breaks, 15 mins which u clock in/out for
General Operative (Former Employee) – Little Island Roads, County Cork – 19 November 2017
It doesn't matter are you working on Saturday or Sunday or in evening shift up to 2 am. You still get 9.30. Polish managers always giving easiest jobs to polish people. If a polish person need help he gets it, anyone else doesn't. This was happening during the summer. Maybe something changed now, but I doubt it. Three 15min breaks, absolutely useless.
I'm worked in that place one week and must say have bad experiences.I ask for mask for face I did not get it. I was very upset when come to work and I saw the work that I did yesterday alone made 2 girls the slower the machine was moving. Mu hands were swollen and my legs ached after that day. After 5 days work it turned out that i got off after 8 working days.Same payment on Sundays. No microwave
come in at 6 sign in you will look at the roster and find your machine you learn how to do your own maintenance if machine breaks down management is okay, good quality of safety, thyer is a wide range of foreign poeple working here, standing all day with only 2 15 minute breaks.