Avis d'employé sur Cintas
New employees on day one are given a copy of a book called "The Spirit is the difference," a reference to their corporate culture. They also use terms like "partners" to describe any Cintas employee. This is all nothing more than one big elaborate charade. Management is very toxic and will work you to the bone, nothing you do will ever be enough. If you are not part of the "old boys club" then you will never be promoted or make it in this company. Any sort of free thinking and creativity is shunned by upper management so unless you want to be a mindless drone, do not work here. I was "fortunate" enough to work for both the sales and service sides of the organization and witnessed many unethical business practices happen here. One such practice was the annual 3-5% price increase stipulation found in every service contract. On a yearly basis, I witnessed Cintas try at every opportunity to increase price by over 20% to existing customers, and then hope they would not notice the increase. If they did not notice, they would continue to charge these prices. If they did notice, instead of correcting the mistake and issuing credits, management would fight with the customer and then threaten them with the whole "you signed a contract and legal ramifications will be enforced if you try to leave." Absolutely terrible customer service. Cintas would even threaten small mom and pop shop customers legally if they ever tried to leave their contract, even if it was for perfectly valid reasons. Overall I am disgusted to have worked for Cintas and taken part in such unethical and immoral - plus...
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I was encouraged to use disgusting sales tactics involving suggesting that a potential customer's family members might die in front of them if our products were not present to help at their business. I was regularly kicked out of businesses because of the actions of previous people in my role. I've never worked for a more unethical manager.