Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Manassas, VA – June 22, 2014
Its a decent Job to grow at and find great benefits but I believe the branch I was in just wasn't were I fit in. Cintas biggest flaw is the time they take to do anything from getting something as equipment fixed too finding employees.
Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – Solon, OH – May 5, 2016
I am responsible for second shift operations. I am most proud of the lack of turnover in the highest turnover shift. I attribute this to my management style and the honest care I have for my employees.
Service Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – April 29, 2016
Management is not very resourceful. Have to rely on vets to help you out. best part about running route if you are a driver. Faster you work faster you'll get done. Hardest part of the job is getting 5 year contracts with minimal help from managers.
Service Supervisor and Fleet Manager (Former Employee) – Saint Charles, MO – April 19, 2016
Cintas has an excellent corporate culture and benefits program. Their pay is slightly below industry standard for management positions. You will receive a lot of opportunities for training and career development depending on your managers. The work life balance is not very great and you will have some long hours. 10 - 12 hour days are the norm. There is plenty of room for advancement, which is awarded based on performance and not seniority.
SSR (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – April 18, 2016
ok job if you like to be micro managed. Hours not to bad. Training is quit extensive. A lot of room for advancement. A lot of pressure to hit sales numbers every week. Having to sale a lot of different products to hit sales goals.
all ways being pushed to sale even if the customer does want it
Had fun while I was there.The route I was on was big so we were a two man crew.It made the day go faster.Management has a work hard play hard attitude.All the drivers were a close group that would often get together outside of work. Typical day was showing up around 6 AM grab our truck and start the day.The faster we got our route done,the faster we got home.Was paid for a 40 hour work week,but was usually home no later than 1 or 2 o'clock.
Mat Roller (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – April 12, 2016
Temporary work - Responsible for ensuring customer carpeted floor mats are properly processed and stored. Cleaned, dried, and inserted each mat into a rolling machine where they were rolled for easy storage and transportation. Mats were stored according to color, size or customer logo. Daily accuracy and productivity of work was necessary for inventory control and accountability. Additional responsibilities include housekeeping and adherence to health and safety standards.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Olyphant, PA – April 12, 2016
I wanted to work for Cintas Fire and Safety division for a while when i knew i was leaving Publix. I feel like a kid on Christmas who got what they wanted, but it fell apart quickly. The job is menial, and even though the people are good, most are miserable there including management. It's disappointing to see how this company actually operates. I had high expectations and it's definitely not what i had hoped. The best part of the job is the good pay, especially for this area. The reason though, is because of my experience.
partner appreciation and dress down days, health benefits after 30 days
weird attendance policies, inconsistent training, morale, little room for advancement
Service Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Westbrook, ME – April 12, 2016
As an SSR I work a 4 day work week and service our existing customers. It is very physical, fast-paced, indoor/outdoor position in which the SSR delivers and picks up uniforms, shop towels, chemical cleaning products, and other rental products. SSRs are the face of Cintas to the customers and must work to build rapport with key decision makers, ensure quality standards, and pro-actively solve customer concerns.
N/A (Former Employee) – Durham, NC – April 12, 2016
Lack of work/Life balance, stringent policies that are black and white with no grey or "in between". Company is ultimately focused only on the dollar and leaves little room for employee development, employee engagement activity, or development of its Management team.
Micro-management is the culture of this organization and there is little to no trust of its employees.
With all of that said, a lot was learned at this company that I will take with me - both what I will and will not do moving forward.
Improved training package
Unrealistic work expectations, micro-management, intense bottom line focused culture
Deep clean lead technician (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – April 2, 2016
If you have served in the armed forces and you are a subpar employee then Cintas is the place for you, you will immediately be put in charge of things that you have no idea about to run into the ground as you wish. If you never found the need to serve but are an exceptional employee that knows how to do your job and do not need to be micro managed by supervisors that don't know how to do your job that I would stay away.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 31, 2016
If you want no direction and no home life this is the job for you. I was an experiences sales professional who was recruited to work for this company. I left after 6 months into it realizing what a huge mistake I had made. If you are entry level this may be a good fit, but would not consider other wise.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – March 29, 2016
Cintas cares about their employees (partners) as well as their customers. They emphasize health and safety, honesty and integrity, and provide very thorough training. I truly like and respect everyone that I worked for and with.