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18 days ago

Sales Representative - Uniform

Cintas Tustin, CA +3 locations

• Generating revenue and meeting sales targets • Developing and qualifying leads within respective territory to drive additional sales opportunities… Cintas

18 days ago

Route Service Sales Representative In Training - California - Uniform

Cintas Tustin, CA

also include growing our existing customer base by upselling and cross-selling additional products and services, negotiating service agreement… Cintas

18 days ago

First Aid & Safety Service Sales Representatives

Cintas Anaheim, CA

Cintas is currently seeking a First Aid and Safety (FAS) Service Sales Representative to sell and service FAS customers in a manner which exceeds… Cintas

5 days ago

Sales Representative - First Aid & Safety

Cintas Anaheim, CA

include installing new accounts, prospecting, cold calling, setting appointments with prospects, presenting programs, and delivering a sales quota… Cintas

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    Excited in the begining and then could no longer take the excuses I was making for Cintas

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    Former Employee - Customer Service Representative  in  Tustin, CA
    Former Employee - Customer Service Representative in Tustin, CA

    I worked at Cintas


    4 day work week, healthcare benefits, weekly pay period, bonus incentives, profit sharing, uniforms and shoes provided, minimum technical skills needed to perform job, 49 day training period; paid vacations


    60+ hour work week; insignificant group rate discount on healthcare benefits; murky, unexplained payroll system; break-even profit sharing due to poor reputation; employee uniforms are often lost indefinately through employee laundry service; vacations difficult to schedule due to understaffing and undertraining; 49 day training often ends up in new employee filling in for an injured employee without ever recieving proper training; super wasteful: lots of overlapping processes and unwarranted printing

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    More training. Streamline your processes. Trim fat in managment so you can pay your indians a little more and invest in new equipment like new trucks.

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