For any future employee of Cintas, please read all of the posts. You will see there are more negative reasons NOT to be employed by Cintas, than there are good. The negatives are not just from a certain person, they are from all over the country.
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Do you work at Cintas? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?Any advice for someone trying to get in?
Every business has it's own style. What is the office environment and culture like at Cintas?Are people dressed in business casual, jeans and t-shirts, or full-on suits? Do folks get together for Friday happy hours and friendly get-togethers?What is a typical day in the life of an employee at Cintas?
I am currently working at Cintas and i was trying to Acquire some information on the payout of vacation time as well as sick days.. I looked in the employee handbook stating the policies of the company, nothing in there stating the policy on cashing out.. I checked with the plant manager to see if he could give me some clarity on the whole situation.. Once again i got the run around he didn't really know he thinks you have to have 3 weeks accumulated and only get paid for 1 week. So what i am tr...
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.
I will try to be as unbiased as possible...I have been self-employed for 12 years, right out of college. I operated a successful home-based business for 11 years and for the last year I have consulted c-level execs on behalf of an engineering firm on a contract basis. I, like many candidates, have heard about Cintas' reputation for having an excellent training program. That, combined with high earning potential, is what attracted me to Cintas.I began interviewing with Cintas in late 2008. They h...
What are the average starting salaries, bonuses, benefits and travel requirements like at Cintas?What do you like best about working at Cintas? Are there any great perks or special treats for employees?
What could stop you from getting the job once make it to VP? Of course criminal, drug test, anything else? Dmv record? Any help is greatly appreciated
Wanted to know what others interview process has looked like. I have been through 4 interviews, and I am set up to go a ride along next. I was told the last interview depending on the ride along would, be with the President. Although I'm not trying to get my hopes up, has anyone gone through this many interviews also? And what was end result? Also will there be any online assessment test? Thanks!
I've noticed reading through forums people mention SSR. I applied for a job that is listed as a Sales Representative for the Facilities Division. Looks to be an outside sales job. Is that was an SSR is, or is this something different?Also, what kind of base bay can I expect?Thanks for your help!
How do they feel about tattoos? Are they okay with them or do they need to be covered?
Is it done in a lab? What kind is it? Does it test for things other than drugs?
Does anyone know what the Cintas policy is related to past criminal convictions (e.g. policy does not allow hiring of any felonies, does not allow class A misdemeanors for 5 years post conviction, etc)? I'm waiting on my background check to complete and am not sure if I'm even employable based on a past criminal conviction? Is there anyone that knows what is/is not employable for past criminal convictions?
The 4 day work week seems nice. Is it Fri-Sun off or Sat-Mon off?Is this a salary/commission or hourly position? Is it reasonable to make at least $40-$45K/yr?Are all routes covered daily, meaning you won't receive a piece of someone's route to do to go along with your own.What time do you normally start, 5am, 6am, etc..? What time roughly do you finish the day? I know it depends on you and the route, but a rough idea?How many stops a day roughly? 20,30,40, etc..?I've worked in route sales, how ...
Has anyone gone through the interview process for this position? I am going into my third interview in Greensboro, NC to meet with the Sales Director and HR Director.
I am currently going through the interview process for this job. What are the thoughts from some current employees about this position. Anyone gone through the program? Does it prepare you well? Salary? What are some benefits and negatives of the position?
I've been thru the Cintas interview process, took the assessment test and did the ride along. I feel like every interview went great, already know I passed the assessment test and my ride along was awesome. Early in the day I had the hang of things and was actually servicing customers along side the guy I was riding with. I had also applied for Sanis and never got an interview for that position and received a rejection email but no word on the Cintas side. They said they'd let me know in a week ...
Does anyone have the information on Cintas Document Management Division in Dayton, Ohio for what there shift time hours are supposed to outlined as. Start Time/End Time.
In current interview process for this position. I have read some horror stories, but i have also heard success stories. All are some what outdated. Can anyone please share their input or advisement on the Facility Service Sales rep position?
Cintas was neither honest or exhibiting integrity when they fired me four months shy of turning 60 years old and two months shy of 30 years of service.
What is the next step that they take at Cintas after you take the on site assessment, and have an interview? How long does it generally take after the interview for them to decide if they want you to go on a ride along?
How often does Cintas require drug tests? I know there will be one at the beginning of the job, but is this the only one you will need to take? Can any current employees weigh in?
Cintas is a VERY regimented company - almost in a military style fashion. They are also extremely conservative with their policies and procedures. You can only wear blue or white shirts. You must shave all facial hair shaved at all times. There are thousands of procedures and codes..all numbered and approved by this or that’s. This company does not inspire inspiration or ingenuity – you follow the herd, the procedure, the formula …all day, every day. If you don’t – watch out!Cintas is also unbe...
I know that Service Managers get 1 week vacation after 6 months and then 2 weeks vacation after 1 year. Does anyone know when the next bump in vacation time occurs (ie 3 years, 5 years, never...)?
Does anyone know what the Cintas policy is related to previous criminal convictions (e.g. felonies not allowed, Misdemeanor Class B employable after 5 years from conviction date)? Is there a policy that clearly states if you are employable by Cintas based on criminal history?