Manager Trainee (Former Employee) – Sheboygan, WI – September 25, 2016
I enjoyed my co-workers here very much and would have stayed if the opportunity for advancement was better instead of me having to re-locate. great company to get you into the mind set of management and customer service.
Enterprise Holdings is an industry leader in rental cars. I enjoyed working for them. They really care about their employees and their well-being. The culture is what makes Enterprise a great place to work for.
Great place to work and learn how to be an effective manager!
Management Trainee (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 21, 2016
Working at Enterprise can consist of a fast paced working environment or it can be a steady-paced work day depending on the branch an employee is working at and/or time of year. A typical day at Enterprise consists of great customer service, selling rental insurance, answering phones, booking reservations, monitoring car maintenance, picking up and dropping off customers and cars from and to their destinations, cleaning cars, and enjoying fun laughs with co-workers. Enterprise really teaches you valuable techniques on how to be a great manager. The hardest part of working at Enterprise would be dealing with angry customers. Angry customers can come with yelling, a demanding tone and aggressiveness. The most enjoyable part of working the job is when I can turn those angry customers into completely satisfied customers.
Good Benefits, Elite Outings(Top Sellers' Outings), Friendly co-workers
Customer Assistance Representative (Senior) (Current Employee) – Highland Park, IL – September 20, 2016
The managers are great and challenge you to be a better version of yourself. Great role models and mentors from top to bottom. Oh, did I forget to mention you drive new cars everyday. Lots to do - sometimes too much, but always feel great at the end of the day.
Free lunch, Happy Hours and best friends you'll meet
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – September 20, 2016
I have enjoyed my time with this company it was fun. The people you meet make your work day. However unless you got your bachelors degree there is no place for advancement and the wages don't match the job responsibilities. You have to work 60 hours a week in order to make your wages look reasonable.
Management Trainee (Current Employee) – Oregon – September 19, 2016
It is a very sale oriented job. You are aware of the long hours and the Sales culture during the interviewing process. With a good group of people you work 49 hours with weekly you don't realize how long you are working, you focus more on how we can help each other get better! On the flip side, when your coworkers are distant or unreliable it makes the 49 hour work week long and hard.
Resvatiom spev (Former Employee) – Remote – September 17, 2016
It was not a bad company to work but I was told to lie. Tell people u are at the location when we were not. I was a work from home employee. Brick and motor locations were never on the same page as our department. A lot 9f passing the ball. More consistent working together between departments. Not all it is cracked up to do. I was sick to my stomach with this job
Manager (Former Employee) – Ridgeland, MS – September 16, 2016
It's like Amway in an office building. No work life balance. Growth is not rewarded. They work you to death. It ends up being less than minimum wage if you're in management. Tons of promises, which never happen.