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Cintas Honored With Multiple Awards

Cintas Corporation has recently been honored with a host of awards that celebrate the company’s workplace environment and the support it provides for it’s diverse, female and military-affiliated employee-partners, according to a recent news release.

Cintas has been recognized with the following honors:

“Cintas is fortunate be honored for our workplace practices frequently, and when third-party awards are the result of the personal opinions and experiences of both our own employee-partners and others who are familiar with how we operate our business, these recognitions are more meaningful to everyone here,” said Max Langenkamp, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Diversity Officer. “We’re appreciative of the positive response that these awards generate, especially when they reinforce so many of our corporate values.”

Cintas is frequently recognized for its business, corporate social responsibility and diversity initiatives.

In recent years, Cintas’ honors have included five straight Fortune 500 placements, as well as multiple Fortune’s World’s Most Admired Companies and Newsweek’s America’s Most Responsible Companies honors. The company has also earned bronze recognition from EcoVadis and has earned a spot on the FTSE4Good Index.

Other recent employment awards include Forbes’ America’s Best Employers for Diversity, DiversityPlus Magazine’s Top 30 Champions of Diversity, Influencer Award from Autism Speaks, and the Disability Equality Index’s Best Places to Work for Disability.

“We believe we’ve fostered a tremendous workplace experience that provides opportunities, support and advancement for all. Our goal is to sustain an environment where everyone feels their contributions help empower our collective success. We’re committed to an overall culture that values everyone and perpetuates a safe and healthy workplace so that all of our employee-partners can have a sense of belonging and purpose while they’re on the job at Cintas,” Langenkamp added.