Was a productive and fun work environment It was more like going to work with family everyday.
Loader/Unloader (Former Employee), Clinton, NC – February 26, 2014
Went to work everyday with a positive attitude and always had a positive outcome. Over the time i was there i learned how to do almost every job in the plant and it was never a dull moment. it was a very fun and safe environment and will love to go back if they would have me.
Very productive work place detailed oriented great people
Sales Service Representative (Former Employee), Allen TX – February 25, 2014
Cons: management issues
I am very outgoing and my biggest asset is that I can build rapport very quickly. I work well with everyone and I can identify the strengths of those I work with to ensure that the work environment thrives.
ADVANCED MANAGEMENT PARTNER (Former Employee), Concord, CA – February 20, 2014
Pros: structured environment.
Cons: cult-like mentality.
The job culture was not for me. We were scripted in what we were allowed to say to clients, which was unnatural for me. Though I embraced the culture at first, it became clear that they wanted clones, and not innovation, regardless of the success it would bring. My team and I personally was reprimanded for being awarded 4 complimentary letters from – more... clients in my short time there. The "turn and burn" mentality of sales was one I could not get on board with, and that was reflected in my management and my people. I motivated in a different, more nurturing way with both my people and my clients.
We were successful for reasons the company did not agree with. We stayed connected to our clients, but were told to let go of those relationships. I found it difficult to assimilate, but regardless was financially successful. Compensation was based on team performance, personal performance, P&L statements, etc. – less
Sales Service Representative (Current Employee), Chandler, AZ – February 20, 2014
Pros: 4-10 work sch
Cons: the pay is a base plus commission, some / most routes are smaller than others
Early starts 4:30-5:00 am. The management is good will go out of their way at times to help you, if they are not on a truck working. Cintas is really into safety, which is good, safety meeting once a week. The people that work there a very nice / good people. the hiring process is very long , 3 to 4 different interviews. The hardest part of this job – more... is not really the job its getting your truck losded with the correct produ – less
production worker (Former Employee), Orlando, FL – February 19, 2014
Management at this location is terrible! They don't care about their employees at all. Chances for advancement are nil. A $.09 raise is all you can expect to get regardless of how well you perform if you don't work in the office. Management doesn't appreciate the hard work of employees but are quick to point out every mistake you make. This place is – more... where you want to be if you have no goals, no hopes, no dreams about your life and don't mind doing mind numbing, brain cell killing work day in and day out with little to no appreciation... The only good thing about this place-- no weekends! – less
Loader/Unloader (Current Employee), Las Vegas, NV – February 17, 2014
Long hours, hard work. everyone is Friendly, all team players. the hardest part it learning all the differnent comnpany colors to be loaded onto trucks, and to make sure you have 10 trucks loaded by the end of your shift.
Production Specialist (Current Employee), Dayton, OH – February 10, 2014
Pros: adequate breaks and good benefits
A typical day would include performing assigned duties. I learned many things about the production process, customer service and safety protocols. My co-workers were generally nice and fun to be around. The hardest part of the job was dealing with inadequate management. the best part were the relationships with other employees.