Canadian Linen & Uniform Services
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For the in-person interview, we ask our candidates to dress for success ex. business formal, business professional and business casual.

What to Wear to Work:

For managerial position: Business formal, business professional and business casual.

For non-managerial position: Please bring steel toe boots and we will provide the rest of the uniform.

Answered by Canadian Linen & Uniform Services4 December 2019

Guaranteed 40 hours/week
Morning Shifts

Monday to Friday

Most of our shifts start at 8 AM

No weekends

Paid Time Off, Vacation and Holidays

Answered by Canadian Linen & Uniform Services4 December 2019

Pay according to market pay line
Guaranteed 40 hours / week, Morning Shift - Mon- Fri

Bi-weekly payment

Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance Package

Job stability: Canadian Linen has been employing people for over 85 years in Canada

Consistently growing company that promotes from within

Educational Assistant Program, ongoing training and mentoring

Day Hours: Our shift starts at 8 AM

Paid Time Off, Vacation and Holidays

Answered by Canadian Linen & Uniform Services4 December 2019

8 hours unless we have over time.

Answered by Canadian Linen & Uniform Services4 December 2019

Yes, you need a full G liscence

Answered 16 July 2020

For the in-person interview, we ask our candidates to dress for success ex. business formal, business professional and business casual.

Answered by Canadian Linen & Uniform Services4 December 2019

They provide the uniform.

Answered 24 August 2020

Stop overloading routes, stop treating employees like dirt,pay us more, purchase work trucks that don’t break down every 2 days. Hire people that speak English. Etc. the list goes on. The place is a joke

Answered 30 December 2019

The people that work there have no life and a lot of the people there are miserable

Answered 22 December 2018
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