Industrial Safety Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Hayward, CA 94545 – October 17, 2018
They have a hugs turn over, and depending on which group you work for they also have a different mind set. They have gone through so many drivers, sales, and safety trainers it's a wonder why they have not fixed the upper management.
I was young and the pay structure changed. I took a pay loss of almost 10k per year
Sales / Service Representative (Former Employee) – Central Islip, NY – October 17, 2018
I was young when I worked for cintas and I was too immature to understand the new pay scale. I left when they changed our commission rate. The benefits were great but at the time I was young and didn't consider the pros of that.
Service Manager (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 16, 2018
Very rewarding company to work for. Demanding schedule but manageable. There are plenty of opportunities to advance but you have to be willing to relocate. Headquarters is in Cincinnati, OH if your looking to make it a career.
National Account Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 16, 2018
Account Manager position at Cintas. Great company benefits - awful workload, impossible to have work/life balance. Managers are great but processes are over done and everything is sales focused with no thought of the workload on account management. The stress and expectations are impossible.
Benefits, job security
Expectations for one person, stress, work/life balanc
The job is very physical and heavy. They dont let you go to the bathroom and got forbid you are 1 minute late. 1 minute. The supervisor as re though to be animals are treat you like nothing. Nobody cares about you in this place. And the pay is the minimum. Its horrible.
Fleet Mechanic (Former Employee) – Macomb, MI – October 15, 2018
I will begin with the pros of this position. It is a 40 hour work week with weekends off. They offer a decent benefit package. It is a stable company that doesn't lay people off. Now for the list of cons. The expectation placed on individuals is very unrealistic. The pay is not the greatest. Don't expect a huge pay raise. Raises are based on an annual review. The management team knows next to nothing about fleet operations, therefore the reviews are rather biased. The more an employee takes the initiative to perform tasks, the amount of duties will increase. A fleet mechanic works solo, which is not safe. Cintas is huge on safety, but they neglect the safety of the person responsible of keeping their fleet operating safely. Up until recently Cintas has been extremely reactive, opposed to proactive. If you need help from management, good luck. More than half the times the front office is vacant. Most of the managers are out to lunch, golfing, out on the water or just nowhere to be found. When you do find one, chances are they are to busy to help. The company culture makes you feel as though this is the best you can do and after time you actually believe it. Trust me, you can do better. Good resume filler or stepping stone, but not the place to invest your entire career at.
Dynamic, fast paced, growing company with a strong corporate culture
Sales Director (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – October 15, 2018
Cintas is a dynamic, fast paced, very structured and growing company that I am so proud to say I worked for. The environment is one of continuous learning whether it be for leadership skills or your current position, they provide a learning culture. They value their employee/partners. There is a great career ladder at Cintas. I highly recommend this company.
Uniform Service Manager (Former Employee) – Landover, MD – October 13, 2018
Wonderful organization. Wish my tenure could have been longer. Great structure and operational processes. They have very high expectations and provide the training you need on the management side to be successful. Very competitive.