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lewman29@yahoo.com in Olathe, Kansas

85 months ago

I interviewed for a route sales position in July.

I felt more like I was being interogated than interviewed. It was the hardest interview I've ever had.

They had two "managers" question me. The one sat behind a desk and said he be asking me five questions. The other was supposed to "observe the interview." This guy picked apart everything I said!

They intentfully tried to confuse me. They took what I said and tried to "put words in my mouth," taking what I said out of context.

I felt like I survived a battle when this 25 minutes was over.

The overall experience was something like "you should feel honored to have gotten our time...because we are almighty."

I did not get the job. This was in Olathe, Ks.

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Sammy12 in Charleston, South Carolina

80 months ago

It's probably because they are trying to give you a clue what you would go through if you actually did get the job. That's how I felt every day after I had left Cintas...like I had survived a battle. They put good people through much more harrassement than they should have to go through. Then, I suppose, when your supervisor is an incompetent moron, anything would go on right under his nose.

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deansuraci in Cornwall On Hudson, New York

80 months ago

I interviewed for a SSR position and what a joke!!! All I'll say is that if most of the comments for a company on indeed are negative than stay away from that company. It must be bad. They give like 5 or 6 interviews just for an entry-level SSR position. And for every interview I went on, I waited and waited in their lobby for them to interview me. I came on time and they always were late, one time 40 minutes sitting in their stinking lobby. The reason that this company is successful is that they don't really have any competition. And, that they buy smaller uniform companies up and their customers then become Cintas customers. You might be asking why did I continue to go on interview after interview - because I needed a job badly. I would love to give specifics and names of these clowns but at this time I don't want them to figure out who I am. Folks, Cintas is a joke, a bad one.

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annoyed in Andover, Minnesota

80 months ago

I interviewed for a ssr uniform job at cintas in Maple Grove, mn . I went through 5 interviews, with 5 different managers, on 5 separate visits. Then I went along with a driver for a ride along, and finally interviewed with the GM. The final interview lasted 2 hours. I thought I had the job! The GM said he would call back within 48-72 hours and let me know either way....never got a call back! What a waste of time! This place seems like a real joke!

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Gunner57 in Lititz, Pennsylvania

80 months ago

I too recently interviewed for the job and all I can say is after the inital 2 interviews I was relieved that I did not get the position. The position is a hard position to do where all you do is visit new accounts and get your face kicked in every day and once you get in with someone you never see them again. The pay is ok but there are a lot easier ways to make a buck in this world.

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Angela Jones 691 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

80 months ago

annoyed in Andover, Minnesota said: I interviewed for a ssr uniform job at cintas in Maple Grove, mn . I went through 5 interviews, with 5 different managers, on 5 separate visits. Then I went along with a driver for a ride along, and finally interviewed with the GM. The final interview lasted 2 hours. I thought I had the job! The GM said he would call back within 48-72 hours and let me know either way....never got a call back! What a waste of time! This place seems like a real joke!

This is standard operating procedure at Citnas...They like to waste time. The fact that they can't even keep the people who make a lot of money there (ssr's)should tell you a lot about the place. Most of the management here is honestly incompetent. It blew me away at first, too. I worked there for over a year and have never encountered anything like it.

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Angela Jones 691 in Minneapolis, Minnesota

80 months ago

Another thing that is bad at Cintas... The harassement. I worked with a little white girl-she was being harassed by the Stockroom Team Lead on a daily basis. I think management was aware of this, but they did nothing. They sided with the stockroom team lead because she was related to someone important there and, well, you know how that stuff works. Anyways, she tried to avoid the team lead as much as possible because she was being harassed-I witnessed it. As soon as management figured out that she was trying to avoid the team lead, they decided to move her workstation right next to the team lead. The woman ended up quitting so she wouldn't have to work right next to her harasser. Well folks, this is how Cintas works-they aren't on your side-they are only trying to make money. Management at Cintas is #@@$! up!

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linkay30 in Indianapolis, Indiana

80 months ago

How much do they pay an FSSR (outside sales position)? Base + commission? Can anyone tell me what the pay is? I know it may be different in different areas. Thanks.

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router in Texas

79 months ago

i interviewed via speakerphone as obviously someone else was listening to my interview. it went on for thirty minutes, every answer i gave was responded to with 'good answer!". i was told that i would be doing a ride along and such but two days letter i received a letter from cintas saying sorry. what gives???

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deansuraci in Cornwall On Hudson, New York

79 months ago

it's a strange company. i went to 4 or 5 interviews. let's see - phone interview was done at office by the mgt trainee, then training coordinator interviewed me, then took a test on computer, then did all day ride along, then filled out some paperwork, then met the head of the branch ( gm i think his job title is ) and i met briefly with the service mgr, just idle chit-chat though. i never got a call back, not even a rejection letter. honestly, the people are nice at cintas, however, it's an environment where they are nice but incompetent. they lied to me a few times, it's like sort of a borderline unprofessional workplace. you expect it from walmart but not cintas. it was unbelievable how many times they were late to interview me. the place is a JOKE!

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photoc4js in some where in, Massachusetts

64 months ago

I was called on a saturday, had an interview on monday While waiting in the lobby a gentlman came out ( apparently another applicant) and the lady escorting him out said to him that if they want a second interview or do not to go further with the process with him, he would be contacted either way. I had my interview, the young lady was extremely pleasant. when she was done, she asked if I had time to be interviewed by another person. Second interview seemed to go very well. Got there about 1:30 pm, left around 2:30pm, got a call at 5:30 asking me to do a ride along. she stated "the sooner the better". going on my ride along tomorrow..will see what happens, and post an update.

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Quintin Jackson in Atlanta, Georgia

61 months ago

All these negative posts are from people that have been turned away from positions. Just understand that every company picks from the cream of the crop, and for one reason or another, those above didn't have the correct culture fit. It's nothing personal, but it's what makes the company the best.

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Quintin Jackson in Atlanta, Georgia

61 months ago

Angela Jones 691 in Minneapolis, Minnesota said: This is standard operating procedure at Citnas...They like to waste time. The fact that they can't even keep the people who make a lot of money there (ssr's)should tell you a lot about the place. Most of the management here is honestly incompetent. It blew me away at first, too. I worked there for over a year and have never encountered anything like it.

There are many stages of the interview process to obtain the best quality partners. Many can "fake" their way through 2-3 interviews, but only true candidates will be able to complete a whole interview process. This is why the process is so long and rigorous; Cintas hires the best.

Angela Jones from Location 691- It seems like you have many complaints about Cintas; what keeps you there? Have you spoken to any upper management, even beyond your shift supervisor/plant manager? I suggest you take it to upper management if you're not satisfied with your results.

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Quintin Jackson in Atlanta, Georgia

61 months ago

deansuraci in Cornwall On Hudson, New York said: it's a strange company. i went to 4 or 5 interviews. let's see - phone interview was done at office by the mgt trainee, then training coordinator interviewed me, then took a test on computer, then did all day ride along, then filled out some paperwork, then met the head of the branch ( gm i think his job title is ) and i met briefly with the service mgr, just idle chit-chat though. i never got a call back, not even a rejection letter. honestly, the people are nice at cintas, however, it's an environment where they are nice but incompetent. they lied to me a few times, it's like sort of a borderline unprofessional workplace. you expect it from walmart but not cintas. it was unbelievable how many times they were late to interview me. the place is a JOKE!

It's unfortunate that you were unable to obtain a position. But based on this sole response, how would you act if you DID get a job at Cintas and was upset about customer issues...issues with management? This is why the hiring process is so rigorous.

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so and so in somewhere

61 months ago

Quintin Jackson in Atlanta, Georgia said: It's unfortunate that you were unable to obtain a position. But based on this sole response, how would you act if you DID get a job at Cintas and was upset about customer issues...issues with management? This is why the hiring process is so rigorous.

Fortunately I DID NOT get the Service Manager position that I interviewed for. I had a phone screen, then interviewed with the HR Manager. Then had another interview with the Service Mgr, then another with the General Manager. I then did a ride along for 7 hours! What a waste of time, I mean it was good to see what the guys do - but this should be done after an offer is made and accepted. Finally, I had not heard from them in a couple days and found it odd since they did such a good job of getting back with me in a timely manner so I called the GM and left him a voicemail asking how the process was going. 4 days later I got an e-mail stating I did not get selected - and that's fine, but what a joke. The GM didn't have the cahones to call me back and be straight up with me? I am glad I did not get an offer and take a potential pay cut to work with those kind of people. I am sure it is a good company for all of you that work there, but interview process is a little overboard - and you can save your 'cream of the crop' crap. I don't buy that.

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stryder in New York, New York

60 months ago

Quintin you are either in Management or a class A suck up.

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J Sanchez in Virginia Beach, Virginia

59 months ago

This place is always hiring which is a red flag. High turnover is never good.

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mimi q in reno, Nevada

57 months ago

I went to the interview and the reception area did not even think they were hiring. I had one interview and the sales personality test. The manager kept reinforcing that he hoped I was looking for other jobs during the interview. The questions were EEO red flags to me. I left hoping he would not call back as promised. Sure enough, I got what I wished for!!!

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Zeusfire69 in Arvada, Colorado

55 months ago

I went in for interviews for a SSR position as well as a Document managment driver position. These interviews really seemed like nothing but a mindless lemming reading a list of questions. No thinking, no real conversation, just mindless filtering...stuff that really could be done on-line without wasting my time or the companies time. I was also told that I would get a call back with a yes or no. Like many others on this thread, I never got any futher communication at all. If they treat thier customers like their interviews, its not a wonder that they have so many unhappy ones.
I have worked as a auto parts delivery person, as well as an auto technician for about 10 years, so I have been around many places that use uniform services. Cintas is not doing very well when it comes to customer satisfation, and I think this stems from thier bottom line mentality. Produce the numbers they want, no matter if you take care of your customers or not. (lie, cheat, steal) If you don't produce numbers, you are out the door. They aren't really concerned with customer relationships.

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J9795 in Franklin, Tennessee

54 months ago

Has anyone ever had all 5 Cintas interviews for sales positons and been rejected after the 5th?

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big10 in Hendersonville, Tennessee

54 months ago

J9795 in Franklin, Tennessee said: Has anyone ever had all 5 Cintas interviews for sales positons and been rejected after the 5th?

Great,,going on my first one I hope that dont happen to everyone

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big10 in Hendersonville, Tennessee

54 months ago

J9795 in Franklin, Tennessee said: Has anyone ever had all 5 Cintas interviews for sales positons and been rejected after the 5th?

Did you go on the ride along yet,,,My first interview was 4 hours long they did 3 in one day I go on the ride along next week.

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J9795 in Franklin, Tennessee

54 months ago

big10 in Hendersonville, Tennessee said: Did you go on the ride along yet,,,My first interview was 4 hours long they did 3 in one day I go on the ride along next week.

I did all 5 steps and waiting for a reply... how many total experiences have you had so far?

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J9795 in Franklin, Tennessee

54 months ago

Quintin Jackson in Atlanta, Georgia said: There are many stages of the interview process to obtain the best quality partners. Many can "fake" their way through 2-3 interviews, but only true candidates will be able to complete a whole interview process. This is why the process is so long and rigorous; Cintas hires the best.

Angela Jones from Location 691- It seems like you have many complaints about Cintas; what keeps you there? Have you spoken to any upper management, even beyond your shift supervisor/plant manager? I suggest you take it to upper management if you're not satisfied with your results.

Have you ever know anyone who makes it to the 5th interview at the VP level who didn't get an offer?

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big10 in Hendersonville, Tennessee

54 months ago

J9795 in Franklin, Tennessee said: Have you ever know anyone who makes it to the 5th interview at the VP level who didn't get an offer?

I meet with the VP today after the ride along and then an interview then I talked to the VP he said they will have an answer Friday after he goes over all the interviews.

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GeeJon in Grand Rapids, Michigan

54 months ago

big10 in Hendersonville, Tennessee said: Did you go on the ride along yet,,,My first interview was 4 hours long they did 3 in one day I go on the ride along next week.

I also went through the entire interview. I didn't find the interview itself to be stressful, just repetitive questioning. I had 5 interviews and not once was the managers on time. They seemed nice enough and friendly, but had a lack of interest in delivering what they expected of their potential employees. While in the interview process I was taken to a location in the rear of the building where mice physically bounced around my feet, mice dropping were on the tables, computer systems did not function correctly and the building was filthy from the front to rear with food, dirty clothes, piles of uncharted papers and multiple boxes of items.

When I first went to the mid-Michigan site, I sat upfront for 22 minutes before anyone acknowledged me, though I was visible to many staff members.

I didn't get the job, but I'm not sad about it. I feel there are better things out there for me. It would've been nice if they wouldn't have kept me on hold for so long prior to emailing me with a letter of denial. From my understanding, I successfully passed every session and received high scores. I finally received my paycheck from the ride along 5 weeks afterward.

So for you who successfully gained employment with Cintas...Congratulations! And for those of you who didn't successfully make it, Congratulations to you as well! Don't worry, something much better will head your way, just as it's done for me! Keep your faith! It's probably not the place for you to be. Cintas plays way to many games!

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GeeJon in Grand Rapids, Michigan

54 months ago

big10 in Hendersonville, Tennessee said: Great,,going on my first one I hope that dont happen to everyone

I also went through the entire interview. I didn't find the interview itself to be stressful, just repetitive questioning. I had 5 interviews and not once was the managers on time. They seemed nice enough and friendly, but had a lack of interest in delivering what they expected of their potential employees. While in the interview process I was taken to a location in the rear of the building where mice physically bounced around my feet, mice dropping were on the tables, computer systems did not function correctly and the building was filthy from the front to rear with food, dirty clothes, piles of uncharted papers and multiple boxes of items.

When I first went to the mid-Michigan site, I sat upfront for 22 minutes before anyone acknowledged me, though I was visible to many staff members.

I didn't get the job, but I'm not sad about it. I feel there are better things out there for me. It would've been nice if they wouldn't have kept me on hold for so long prior to emailing me with a letter of denial. From my understanding, I successfully passed every session and received high scores. I finally received my paycheck from the ride along 5 weeks afterward.

So for you who successfully gained employment with Cintas...Congratulations! And for those of you who didn't successfully make it, Congratulations to you as well! Don't worry, something much better will head your way, just as it's done for me! Keep your faith! It's probably not the place for you to be. Cintas plays way to many games!

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sodacan in fort lee, New Jersey

54 months ago

I'm not sure how the whole ride along compensation works with Cintas. But I would think it could count against you if you're asking to get paid for a ride along. From my experiences with other service and food companies the ride along is part of the interview process and candidates don't usually expect to get paid for it. I've always thought of it as just a day of sacrifice to attain a bigger goal. Just my two cents.

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JK in Idaho in Meridian, Idaho

54 months ago

J9795 in Franklin, Tennessee said: Have you ever know anyone who makes it to the 5th interview at the VP level who didn't get an offer?

Yes. I intv'd with the VP of Sales, and after completing (1) intv with HR, (2) intv with hiring manager, (3) online questionnaire/assessment, (4) ridealong with current employee, (5) intv with Dir. of Uniforms, and (6) intv with VP of Sales, I never heard back from the company. Two weeks after the hiring manager said I should hear back, I was finally sent a non-reply email automatically generated from HR telling me I was not selected.

Perhaps it was for the best.

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Metallica1 in Hazlet, New Jersey

51 months ago

What is the pay guys? I interviewed last week for SSR and really need it. How long for before you get a call either way? Thanks

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jseeker84 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

46 months ago

I had 4 interviews. After all of the bad things i read on here i didn't believe i would get the job, I did though. I did a phone interview, interviewed with a supervisor in person, the floor manager, then i met and interviewed with the general manager. That day they did the necessary paper work. I signed off for a background check, then went to Labcorp for the drug screening. I did this all on Thursday, orientation Monday, out on the work floor Tuesday. So far so good. We had a free Thanksgiving dinner and dessert on tues and hot drinks were free for the rest of the week. Mon-Fri 6a-2p, Great benefits, weekly pay, no holiday work. If i forgot anything feel free to ask.

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darsgh98 in Wallington, New Jersey

34 months ago

jseeker84 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania said: I had 4 interviews. After all of the bad things i read on here i didn't believe i would get the job, I did though. I did a phone interview, interviewed with a supervisor in person, the floor manager, then i met and interviewed with the general manager. That day they did the necessary paper work. I signed off for a background check, then went to Labcorp for the drug screening. I did this all on Thursday, orientation Monday, out on the work floor Tuesday. So far so good. We had a free Thanksgiving dinner and dessert on tues and hot drinks were free for the rest of the week. Mon-Fri 6a-2p, Great benefits, weekly pay, no holiday work. If i forgot anything feel free to ask.

Did you have to do a DOT exam?

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danny_z05 in Houston, Texas

33 months ago

Hey r u stil working for cintas and how much u make?

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wbecker in Denver, Colorado

31 months ago

To anyone reading this list:
take these comments with a grain of salt. I think the experience that you have is highly up to the location you interview at, the job you interview for, and most important your general outlook and attitude towards life. I just interviewed for a SSR position for the First Aid & safety division and I had a really good feeling about it at the end. Not just my interview but the people and company that i could possibly be working for. everyone was professional and very nice from the get go. the actual interview questions themselves were relevent to the position in which I was interviewing for. They asked me to come back today for a second interview and I will definately go. The lady that interviewed me was upfront and honest about the demands of the job and her expectations for the type of person to do the job. So with that said keep an open mind when you go in for an interview and if it doesent work out dont hate on the company just treat it as a learning experience and understand that you may have not been what the company was looking for.

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Berkeley in Berkeley, California

20 months ago

They appeared to be the perfect company. I wanted so bad to get hired, untill I went on a ride along and the driver only appeared to service about $1000.00 for the day, which means only $100.00 before taxes would be his earnings. (Based on 10% commission) Yet he told me he makes $50,000.00 gross per year. He also said he sometimes has trouble collecting money, and he recently lost a percent of 1,300.00, when a customer skipped town. So I went online with 'Simply Hired", and sure enough, the average salary for drivers in Berkeley, Ca. is $24,000.00 per year gross. I'm glad I was not hired after 5 interviews, and a ride along. What a waste of my time. I knew they would'nt hire me because of my age anyway, but if they were more specific about the pay, I would have never even applied. Otherwise, the people seem real nice.

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Clingingtohope in Westland, Michigan

19 months ago

Does Cintas require a DOT physical?

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MEL in Las Vegas, Nevada

17 months ago

I didn't complain I followed through the whole interview process I had this underlying feeling I wasn't getting the job the second HR Rep Anita told me I'd be the only female SSR in Vegas? My odds were already agianst me no matter how much I showed them my interest in the position I feel that the GM thought we'll get some cheap labor out of her and whose to say she'll question our decision. Hmmm this company used me. Sold me on a dream.

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Victor617 in Boston, Massachusetts

17 months ago

Went to 3 interviews for a shredding specialist job, than got called for a ride along. The guy that gave me the ride along was in a hurry cause he needed to go to a red sox game that afternoon so I pretty much busted my ass to help him out and to show that I was there to work (even though your not suppose to work during your ride along). On our way back the guy was given me all this sweet talk about how he was gonna put in a good word for me cause I did a good job and thanking me cause he usually finishes his day by 3:00pm and because I helped him out he was done by 12:00pm. Needless to say after all 3 interviews, a ride along, me having to shave my beard and mustache and driving 45 minutes to the location they never contacted me so after 2 weeks I called to check what was going on so I left one of the mangers a message, I received an email 10 minutes later saying I wasn't chosen. Oh yeah and I'm still waiting on my $80 for the ride along!

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Joe Gagill in Monticello, New York

17 months ago

Cintas stinks. It's the same with any big publicly traded company. But more so if your in Sales, Cust Service, Accounts Receivable, or any position with a publicly traded company that deals with the public first hand. Big publicly traded comps are not customer friendly.

Here's a typical day in Sales for a publicly traded comp.

1.Cust calls wants to know why the price jumped really high up on an item. Every 3 months prices jump.
2.You get nasty email from Sales Mgr what's your problem. Why have you only sold so many of something. Coming from a guy who never worked in the field himself.
3.Another meeting with nothing accomplished.
4.Your number 1 cust wants to return a 40 dollar item but he can't...comp policy. And this cust orders 20,000 a week from you.
5.The pay plan changes every year for the worst for the Sales team.

and on and on....

It's all about the stock price.

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Smalls in Tampa, Florida

13 months ago

Quintin Jackson in Atlanta, Georgia said: There are many stages of the interview process to obtain the best quality partners. Many can "fake" their way through 2-3 interviews, but only true candidates will be able to complete a whole interview process. This is why the process is so long and rigorous; Cintas hires the best.

Angela Jones from Location 691- It seems like you have many complaints about Cintas; what keeps you there? Have you spoken to any upper management, even beyond your shift supervisor/plant manager? I suggest you take it to upper management if you're not satisfied with your results.

I'd have to disagree. In my opinion, it was a waste of time. There really is no need to go through interviews with 5 different people, a route ride, a computer assessment, and numerous trips to/from the facility over the course of a month, to determine if someone is a great candidate.

Personally, I felt their only concerns should be:
1) How's my driving record
2) How well I communicate & understand customer needs
3) Will I work hard & be on time
4) Was the type of work bothersome/disgusting to me

Again, to drive around town picking up dirty towels & rugs from restaurants wasn't for me, should have been determined after my route ride. The interview process was more bothersome/disgusting than the actual job was. I was actually excited to begin working there, but their interview process has deterred me from ever applying again.

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Dewski in Exeter, New Hampshire

10 months ago

sodacan in fort lee, New Jersey said: I'm not sure how the whole ride along compensation works with Cintas. But I would think it could count against you if you're asking to get paid for a ride along. From my experiences with other service and food companies the ride along is part of the interview process and candidates don't usually expect to get paid for it. I've always thought of it as just a day of sacrifice to attain a bigger goal. Just my two cents.

It's the law in certain states that you have to be paid for it. I didn't ask though they were quick to tell me they would be paying me for it and me sign a tax form. It's a flat rate of $80 for the day in Mass. So after taxes a tank of gas but better then nothing!

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rlj626 in dayton, Ohio

9 months ago

I interviewed at 2 separate locations, one in Vandalia, and the other in Dayton, Ohio. After interviewing with 9 different people, they conducted background checks, and did not have the decency to even return my phone calls, after I was assured they would.This company represents the pinnacle of corporate greed and ignorance. I have never in my life been interviewed by a bigger group of morons. I was formerly a marine machinist on Naval nuclear submarines, but somehow they seem to feel that I am incapable of working on old, outdated washing machines.The only reason i applied for this job, is because there really isn't anything else in this town. Everyone one of these criminals should be investigated for what they are, business frauds!!! Stay as far away from these idiots as you can get. I think I'm still going to call OSHA and report the multitude of safety violations in that place. There should never be that much lint in an industrial laundry facility, especially in close proximity to an active boiler.

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