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  • Disaster Preparedness

    Disaster Preparedness

    In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, our thoughts and prayers are with those who have been affected by the massive storm.  Picking up the pieces will not be easy for those who suffered her high winds and flooding. Thousands are now wondering, what now?  An OSHA blog, “Cleaning Up, Staying, Safe” outlines important considerations during

  • Selecting the Right Plastic Laundry Cart – Part 3

    Selecting the Right Plastic Laundry Cart – Part 3

    By Dan Rodriguez, Meese In Part One of “Selecting the Right Laundry Cart,” we looked at different types of laundry carts available on the market today.  In Part Two, we reviewed various cart characteristics. Today we’ll discuss specifics on how to buy laundry carts that even experienced laundry professionals and purchasing managers may overlook. Plastic Carts It’s

  • Onboarding New Employees

    Onboarding New Employees

    By Cordell Riley The days and weeks after employees start at your company represent a time of unique opportunity. Can you teach them new systems and skills? Of course you can. But have you also stopped to consider all the other important goals you can reach during the onboarding period? To name just a few,

  • Tips For Improving Employee Apparel Programs

    Tips For Improving Employee Apparel Programs

    From health care facilities to hospitality businesses to large corporations to industrial work environments, employee uniforms play an important role in branding, team unity, customer service and even safety for a variety of organizations. With this in mind, Mission Linen Supply a provider of linens, uniforms, laundry services and supplies, offers the following tips for

  • Selecting the Right Laundry Cart (Part 2)

    Selecting the Right Laundry Cart (Part 2)

    In Part one of Selecting the Right Laundry Cart, we reviewed why you need different carts for different facilities, we compared bulk and shelf carts, reviewed material considerations and calculated pounds-per-trip. Today we’ll take a look at payload capacity, cart bases, ergonomic considerations, appearance, and we’ll review how to choose a cart manufacturer. Read part

  • Selecting the Right Laundry Cart   (Part 1)

    Selecting the Right Laundry Cart (Part 1)

    If you recently started shopping for new laundry carts or if you haven’t been in the market for a while then you may be surprised by the range of choices and by the latest advances now offered for linen transportation. There are so many styles and options that it can be hard to know where

  • Understanding Moisture Retention in Commercial Laundries

    Understanding Moisture Retention in Commercial Laundries

    By Al Adcock, VP of Sales and Marketing at B&C Technologies In our industry, we spend quite a bit of time talking about G-force and how important it is to understand and account for.  In fact, there are a few posts dealing with the subject on this very blog.  As a companion to G-force, today we’ll talk about moisture retention

  • How Valuable a Target is Your Company to Cybercriminals?  

    How Valuable a Target is Your Company to Cybercriminals?  

    By Bryce Austin — Cybersecurity breaches are frequent, frustrating and becoming more massive with each new headline. The worst data breach in healthcare history was the Anthem breach of February 2015. More than 78.8 million records were stolen by a foreign government that does not have strong diplomatic relations with the USA. Those records included the names,

  • Effective Leadership

    Effective Leadership

    Many leaders feel overburdened by trying to decipher what will motivate their staff and increase their leadership effectiveness.  Why not ask them? The 10 traits below are responses from front line staff, supervisors and middle managers who were asked to describe traits they look for in a manager.  As you read through the list, think about the kind of manager you are and the kind of manager you want to be…