I sent my uniforms to the cleaners on Sunday.
- I send my uniforms to the cleaner every Sunday, however each one of my fellow employees and I are responsible to put our uniforms in a plastic bag.
Each tote gets a tag with our employee name, ID number, and the number of pants and shirts inside of the bag. Each one of the bags is tagged, because every one of the employees is responsible for paying cleaning services. It is a small amount of money, considering the fact that our uniforms are washed, dried, folded, and pressed. I sent 6 shirts and 5 pairs of pants to the cleaners on Sunday, but I only received multiple shirts and multiple pairs of pants in return. To make matters worse, the shirts and pants did not belong to me. All of our shirts are embroidered with our name on the pocket. The name of the A/C service company where both of us work is on the back of the shirt. The red pants and white shirts did not belong to myself and others and they did not belong to the A/C service company either. I instantly called the A/C service company where I work and I talked to the boss, however she called the laundry service to discuss the problem. They already knew the location of my missing laundry, because another woman called that day to report the same problem. They had my uniforms back to myself and others on the same day. There has been one laundry mix-up in the past 5 years that I have worked for this A/C service company and they handled the issue really well.