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19 days ago

Fire Service Technician - Alarm Systems

Cintas San Jose, CA

Cintas is currently seeking a Fire Service Technician - Alarm Systems for our Fire Protection business. This position requires the ability to… Cintas

5 days ago

Fire Production

Cintas San Jose, CA

Cintas is currently looking for a Production partner within our Fire Protection division. Job duties include receiving and processing orders… Cintas

15 days ago

Stockroom Utility

Cintas South San Francisco, CA

include housekeeping and adherence to health and safety standards. Qualifications • The ability to stand or walk for 7 hours of an 8 hour shift… Cintas

15 days ago

Loader / Unloader

Cintas South San Francisco, CA

Cintas is currently looking for a Loader/Unloader to join our team of partners. Cintas provides a variety of products to a large customer base each… Cintas

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    Lots of bureaucracy at all levels

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    Former Employee - Management  in  Fremont, CA
    Former Employee - Management in Fremont, CA

    I worked at Cintas full-time for more than 10 years


    Good job for those with no college education, or those who are from the military. Benefits & medical are not bad, but you still have to pay around $100 a month.


    No upward opportunities. They hire from without rather than promoting from within. Poor upper management from District Managers up to VP, who are all clueless and care only about numbers. There is always the blame game. There is also no accountability from senior management who don't want to spend money to hire trained maintenance workers but instead expect service partners (drivers and forklift drivers) to perform maintenance work on all machinery without any training. And when the machines break, the blame will be on the service partners or location managers, who will be disciplined or terminated. A solution to the problems are never provided, so the problems reoccur often, again with no real solution. The pay is about 70% of market rate, enough to keep you there, but too little for the work you provide. There are lots of closed doors and secrecy. Human Resources are there to help the company terminate partners without getting sued. Human Resources are not there to help the partners. Human Resources are never around unless they are trying to terminate a partner, then 3 HR personnel appear. Everyone is overworked. Overtime is mandatory for all partners; i.e. very bad work-life balance. Salary partners can not take vacation because the company do not have enough staff to handle the responsibilities when they take vacation. Those who try to take vacation will be asked to wait and also the work will have to be made up when they get back; you will have to work 16 hour days to complete everything after your vacation. No raises for 5 years. Work safety injuries are covered up to help the bottom line; i.e. put a band-aid on it. Plenty of auditors who come and point fingers but offer no help or solutions then leaves immediately; this happens every month. Cintas culture is just a gimmick to make you feel you are wrong if you don't believe or follow their ideology that your hard work and the company's cheapness will ultimately benefit everyone. The fact is, it only benefits the shareholders especially Mr. Farmer, who have stock options. The values they project are good on paper only, as no one in senior management follow what they preach. Don't complain or they will terminate you expeditiously. Nothing here ever changes for the better.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop being hypocrites. If you want something done, fixed, replaced, or completed, and then say we don't have the budget to do it, it makes everything a farce and a waste of time. Pay your workers a better wage and you will see less attrition. Stop pointing fingers and work on real solutions. Have a real Human Resources department what actually helps the partners rather than to make sure the company doesn't get sued for injuries, workers compensation, harassment, or termination. Have more diversity, you know what I mean. Have real trainings, not just pencil-whip everything.

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