Avis d'employé sur Cintas
Very pushy managment, unsafe conditions, fake family company
I worked for Cintas for 4 months. If you ever called in sick you were treated like trash from all managers and supervisors about 5 to 10 people. Horrible work conditions. Will fire you immediately if you call in sick. Will not take any calls after they fire you for no reason. Poor training from service managers ie. No proper training. Imagine you just had a new baby 1st baby and ur working as hard as you can but then ur fired on the spot for no real reason. HORRIBLE PLACE TO WORK PERIOD.
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Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
I worked here as a SSR for only one week before I found out how horrible it actually is. They are so low on people due to the high turn around rate, that they can't properly train you. As soon as your 39 days training is complete they throw you onto a random route and expect you will know where to go and who to see. ( These days will take 15+ Hours. It will take you over a year to get your own route.) As for the management, I was actually called into an office after my 6th day for the first time to speak with my "manager" While training I put my best effort in and was told I was doing a great job by my trainer. She called me in and asked me out of no where if this job was right for me and if I was all there. This automatically showed me how rude this management can be to there employers and with all of this, I can see why they don't have the necessary amount of employees to get the job done correctly. Sure the money is good, but for your sake, do not waste your time. Its hard work, which is fine, but the hours and management ( One in particular) make this place a horrible work environment. Don't be fooled.
Get in shape
Management, Long hours, not proper training
Working at CINTAS was life changing. In good ways it made me realize what I wanted most out of a career and it provided a very suitable salary for the role I was in and room to move up. The bad was the hours, and unfortunately it was a deal breaker. You are working 15 hour days only getting paid for 8 hours / 40 hours a week. In the summer it gets really good due to less work, less stops but in the winter it is brutal. your slinging mats and uniforms 50 times / 4 days a week
Free lunches, great salary, benefits
Super long hours, back breaking work