Wonderful People, poor compensation and opportunities
Coordinator (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – June 16, 2014
Ultimately, I loved my managers and my coworkers. Genuinely wonderful people who I still consider friends.
The compensation and benefits, on the other hand, were pretty poor. Plus, a GOOD raise was 3%; a great raise is 4%. That's basically inflation, so you're not even getting more money as it is.
The workload is pretty rough, and since the company did not want to put more money into certain departments, those jobs became more stressful and harder to handle.
If you want a promotion, you better have started in Enterprise Rent-a-Car. If you didn't, your available positions are considerably lower. Plus, you pretty much have to work for the company for ten years before even being considered for a supervisor position if you didn't start in rental.
Wonderful people, excellent management, decent rewards for good performance
Low pay, bad health plan, hard to climb the ladder, often stressful workload