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The interview process is a joke, but not funny! They called me in for my second interview and the person I was supposed to interview with was not even there. I waited for half an hour waiting for someone different to come in and basically ask questions. It was obvious this person was not an interviewee, They called me back for a third interview and that went fairly well with attitude. I went in for a fourth interview and that was horrible. I walked into a room that looked like a circus. No degrees hanging on the wall, no certificates of excellence. Instead a room with a weird set up and a whole bunch of golf clubs with covers on them and a person who was only interested in getting you out of there so that he could go play golf. They sent me a decline letter by email. I asked why? No one could give me an answer. They don't care about the time you spent going back and forth or about you and your goals. SUCKS!!!!!!

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De 5 pm a 12 am

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Interview process. To make applicants wait for numerous interviews by several different people. Is this necessary? I mean really. All those interviews and hire a person that has no intention to stay and make a career. Not only that, they quit or get fired within the first month.

Look at applicants as people looking for an opportunity, treat them with respect and make them feel honored that they are being considered and Cintas feels honored that are interviewing one of the best employee that could be an asset.
Alot of applicants don't interview well so extend a little grace and look at the person and look at their talent, willingness to be a great worker and simply... If given the opportunity, it might just be the best decision you made.

Follow up with applicants that weren't hired and explain why or give advice to what they should do for future interviews.
Maybe inspire them to reapply at a later time.
Seriously, 3-6 interviews!!! NOT NECESSARY!

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Depends on what management wants. No holidays but you can be forced to work the day after. This year we have off good Friday but will have to work Saturday off of course on Sunday and it's Easter. Pretty much screws the weekend of plans. Typical for this place.

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8 he or more it depends on the over time.

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LMFAO....why would you tell people you work for a company that rips off their customers and treats employees like dirt.

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How much an hr for custodians?

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Besides the management the environment isn't bad. It's industrial you will get hot or cold depending on weather. Get used to it pull up the big boy pants and go to work.

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Depends on the actual crime. However they do background checks and they are good at it. If you are interested I would ask them in the interview process so you don't waste your time.

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Again depends on location

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