Customer Service (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – April 11, 2017
Their idea of occasional overtime is 8 hours or more per week mandatory from roughly the end of April to the end of November. Expect to take 80 to 90 plus calls per day and also expect to be cursed at and called every name in the book on 80% to 90% of those calls. Virtually everyone who works there is on some form of meds the least being a bottle of tums a week. Very very high stress abusive job with no support from the managers.
Excellent place to work both part time and full time. Opportunity for senior employment excellent with this company. Hours are favorable and you can choose a flex schedule that works for you. Rehires are welcomed back too.
Flexible, Senior Employee Friendly
Bad weather conditions sometimes. Traffic conditions are bad during rush hours.
Sr. Analyst - Revenue Management Group (Former Employee) – Parsippany, NJ – April 5, 2017
Avis Budget Group is a great place to work after graduating from college. You will definitely learn a great deal if you line your cards the right way and can use this job as a stepping stone to landing a higher paying job. Typical day involves a lot of data analysis, presentations to management, and being the main point of contact on multiple initiatives.
The job of a driver shuttler is laid back and the pay is terrible. The management is terrible, they expect you to go to Jackson Tn, Brinkley AK, and around Memphis for 7.50. They give you part-time work so they want have to give you on the job benefits like health insurance and etc. They can not keep employees long because the pay and the hours are not worth you getting up for in the morning. Working with the other driver shuttlers are like working with children they don't enforce the rules and the employees mouths are filthy, they have inappropriate conversations on the job that are not fit to be talked about in the workplace. If you work at Avis work at the airport not at the Center on Democrat.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 28, 2017
management is good. they care about their employees. i learned a great deal at this job. it is a very customer oriented job. customers come first. the hardest part about my job was the weather. i worked outside and i had to deal with extreme hot, cold, wind and rain.
This company doesn't care about employee. Treat employees like trash worst company to work for. They lay you off then call you back then lay you off three months later. I was laid off twice some people laid off three or more times. Don't waste your time working for this company they will treat you like trash.
Senior Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – March 22, 2017
Managers it is mandatory to work 10+ hours a day. The Milwaukee APO location was a family atmosphere, but management has driven that into the ground. They do not hire new managers and now it is so understaffed in order to complete all tasks asked of managers we would be there a minimum of 15 hrs a day. There is no remorse for a lack of a work life balance. The only way to move up is if you are re-locatable. I have had many talks with the airport manager regarding staffing, and during my time in Milwaukee, we have had the same talk for the past 3 years! Things have only gotten worse.