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Great interview process i like it a lot good job here in buffalo ny

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Total over kill and multiple interviews.

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The interview process is just an inflated pretense grandour spectacle designed to make you feel so priviledged to be considered that I was there three hours until my mouth was so dry my tongue was sticking to the roof of my mouth and I was so dehydrated that I was getting leg cramps. Then you get hired and the pain really starts! Counted in my history as one of my biggest mistakes.

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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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I applied for the position in accounts receivable and was contacted two days later to come in for an interview. I arrived at 11:30 for the interview and was told that I could stay for the other interviews or be contacted later to come back. Since I was already there I decided to go ahead and interview with the other management leaders. I interviewed with four different people and left at 4:30. I received a call from management ten minutes after I left the office. Went to take my drug test a couple days later and background check also came back quick. Was able to start that next Friday for orientation. About a two week process for me.

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I had 3 interviews spaced out for a month in a half. First one was with the HR rep and somebody who they were training to take her spot, then an interview with the service manager 1 week after that, got a call for a ride along that next week, then had the final interview about 3 weeks after the ride along with the GM. Drug and background check took about a week. The first two interviews had the same situational questions just worded differently and the final interview was reflecting on the ride along, the culture of the organization and the nature of the position.Just heard back from them yesterday and I got the job. The one thing they kept reiterating was that they wanted to find the best candidate possible, that’s why the process took so long.

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I had 3 interviews spaced out between 3 weeks, and yes they all tend to ask the same questions just worded differently. The longest interview was just under a hour. I guess it depends if you like bragging about yourself.

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Terrible. I had to talk to 6 different people who asked the exact same question 6 different times. Total from start to finish took 2 months. This.could be due to the fact that the Everett WA location is run by unqualified buffoons. Stay away.

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I interviewed with 2 people the first time I went. I was offered a ride along that same day. Ride along was the next week and I was interviewed by the drivers super after collecting the info about the day. A couple of days later the super of sales called to set up interview. Just had that and he said that I would know something within a week. An hour after I left I got the cal to proceed with references. After they come back if good, you will schedule a drug test and submit to a background check. If all is well, you’ll get the offer. Each interview is at least an hour long and behavioral in nature. My last interview was more along the lines of learning about the position, the company, the expectations ant the culture. All of the interviewers said that this is a very physical position and expressed the difficulty you might have. From my understanding, you have to want it just as much as they want you to succeed. I am super excited to start my journey with Cintas! I’m truly hoping that I do get the job and that they won’t pull the mat right out from under me! No pun intended!

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Phone interview, 3 face to face, a lot of tell me about a time when..... questions, background check, drug check, reference check. It’s took about a month.

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