I mentioned that were were a few ways to do laundry in previous posts. I will cover those in this post.
The way I do laundry is take the resident list, divide them by the hall, and sort their clothes in the laundry room and then go out and distribute the laundry down one hall. This is the 'Donna method.' It was pioneered by a transport agent named Donna, who takes upwards of two hours to do one unit's laundry. It is stereotyped by my coworkers to be slow and inefficient as a result. I get an entire unit's laundry done in about 30 minutes using this method.
The way my coworkers do laundry is not as simple or effective. They throw all the clothes on a rack and go down a hall and sort the clothes on the rack and then take them into the rooms. Takes a long time, makes you look like an idiot standing in the middle of the hall, and blocks the hall for others to use. It takes three of them about an hour to do one unit's laundry.