Large institutions that require a constant flow of clean linen, working-clothing or uniform, will often employ the services of an industrial laundry. Hospitals, prisons and hotels, for instance, will usually have their own laundry departments. The organized collection, laundering and timely delivery of textiled service ware is essential to the operation of the institution. Employees in uniforms reassure customers that they represent the company. From day-to-day counter work to service representatives making residential calls, customers trust uniformed employees and rely on them for dependable and positive reinforcement.
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... Like any good business, a laundry's operation depends on good communication ... Any breakdown in communication will hinder the laundry's productivity ... For this reason, most laundry facilities have two major work areas, the "soiled area" and the "clean area" ...
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