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Crown Uniform hires PLUS company clients to work
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Jul '14
Crown Uniform & Linen Service is putting PLUS Company clients to work in their Nashua, NH warehouse. For years Crown has supported the PLUS Company by donating to their annual Wild Irish Breakfast, but this year Crown has taken a more “hands on” approach.
 
Hiring PLUS Company clients to work in the Crown warehouse has been a win-win for everyone. The new employees are cheerful and dedicated, and have an outstanding work ethic. They are qualified to perform a variety of tasks and can help businesses save time and money. With PLUS company workers handling routine warehouse functions, Crown’s full time staff can focus on the more specialized tasks of their positions.
 
The PLUS Company is working hard to match local companies with PLUS Company clients, so that both will benefit from the pairing. Not only do these individuals find an opportunity to further their independence through a working career, but businesses find hard working employees that are eager to succeed in a working environment.
 
The PLUS Company has been working with developmentally disabled adults in Greater Nashua and parts of Massachusetts for over 40 years. They currently work with about 350 clients, most of who live in the Nashua area. Clients benefit from a variety of life skills support services that include job training and placement, educational assistance, adult day programs and residential placement assistance. Classes range from literacy and computers skills to yoga and quilting. These programs offer individuals the opportunity to learn new skills, socialize and become more independent.
 
Crown is proud to support this vital community organization, both as an event sponsor and as an employer, and hopes to inspire other businesses to find the value in hiring PLUS employees.
 
About Crown Uniform & Linen Service: 
Crown has been a locally owned and operated family business for 100 years, providing uniform programs, healthcare apparel services, corporate identity apparel, floor mat services, and linen services for businesses and medical facilities in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.
 

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