Cintas Jobs & Careers in South San Francisco, CA

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30+ 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… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

First Aid & Safety Service Manager

Cintas Fremont, CA

** Cintas is currently seeking a Service Manager for our First Aid & Safety Division. The Service Manager is responsible for the operation's Service… Beyond.com


7 hrs ago

Cintas - Sales Representative - $75-85k+ – new

Cintas Santa Clara, CA

Cintas is Team Driven, and the true spirit we share gives us a competitive edge. We win together by working together as a team, giving mutual… Cintas


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    Worst place I've ever worked

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    Former Employee - SSR  in  Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - SSR in Chicago, IL

    I worked at Cintas full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Ability to be on route by yourself

    Cons

    I worked as an SSR in the First Aid and Safety division. You work long hours, no opportunities for growth and management is awful. You are micromanaged to the point that they put a device on your van to track your every move. On average you will make about $300 per week (without commission) and with commission you could make about 40-45k if you work 10 hour days. I was nationally ranked as top 5 in performance and still only made that much. Raises do not exist so don't get your hopes up. I left after 1.5 years and that was the best decision I've ever made.

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    What's the point of giving advice to a politically driven company? Nothing will change.

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