Great culture, awesome place for great training and growth
Assistant Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Oxford, AL – May 22, 2017
Enterprise is an awesome company to work for. They have great high end training so you will have all the tools needed to properly do your job. They also believe in taking great care of their employees.
The Management training program is intense but rewarding, while customer service and business management skills are valued, only sales performance earns promotions in rental. This is a Sales Career. Most positions at corporate require you to have been promoted to branch manager, while some will accept previous assistant managers. Enterprise offers excellent benefits and high salary potential. Corporate positions are for the most part hired from within the company. Expect to work minimum 55 hour weeks indefinitely unless you are able to transition to corporate. When hired you will be told your salary is based on a 48 hour work week. Culture is Business professional (Suit required at training and interviews) but fairly laid back in branches.
Affordable insurance, 401k match, tons of discounts
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – May 22, 2017
I spent nearly 6 years with Enterprise. Too many times you will watch the manager above your level take credit for your work and leave you out. You watch as they are promoted and you are left treading water.
Your day is spend praying that you have the right cars for the customer reservations that spill to your office with no account for the vehicles that you have available. Yet when you go to your upper management for help so you have those said cars, you are told to "figure it out." The daily stress levels from running the office, getting paid from accounts, babysitting and training your employees, and overall getting through the day.
Enterprise cushions all of these factors with big promises of pay for the few that do reach the higher levels of management, as well as monthly trips to the bar and open happy hours to support the employees.
The culture is that of an open, trusting, and friendly team, but in reality it is the same cut throat closed door company that you fear. The training you receive in the management Trainee program is invaluable and probably the best facet of Enterprise, but once completed the company hold little promise for those who stay.
Management Trainee (Current Employee) – Pueblo, CO – May 21, 2017
Enterprise has given me a lot of work experience to interact with customers, to manage individuals, to handle stressful situations, to evaluate business trends, to plan inventory, and how to overall manage a branch. The hardest thing with Enterprise is the work/life balance and the sometimes tough interactions with customers. I have gained a lot of relationships with coworkers, but I have seen a high turnover rate which deters a lot of people from coming on board. I recently have had a customer thank me for staying with Enterprise for so long because that is not common at all. Definitely a great company, but it is a very hard grind for a couple of years (on average) to make it far!
Enterprise gives you the tools to be your own boss.
Management Assistant (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – May 19, 2017
Great Company full of good people. The individuals that make up this company are some of the hardest working and honest people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. The company culture has the strongest effect towards retention.
Would recommend: 5/10. Would return: 3/10 Regrets after 1 year: None.
Friendly and competitve place to work, have to be willing to work hard
Station Manager (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 19, 2017
This company is good for ambitious people who don't mind working hard in order to move up. I can say from personal experience that having a good work ethic and being able to self motivate yourself will take you far. The company has locations across the country and likes to give people the opportunity to join the team as the company continues to grow year after year.
Management Trainee Intern (Former Employee) – Ames, IA – May 19, 2017
I absolutely loved working for Enterprise. If I knew then what I know now, I would still be there. The company culture is amazing and your managers and coworkers are always there to help you out when you need it.
Management in Trainee (Former Employee) – Doral, FL – May 19, 2017
It is a wonderful place to learn how to run your own business . you are giving a a office to run under the supervision of an area manager that would make sure everything is being done the right way. There is a lot of face to face sales and there is some preasure from upper managment to bring the numbers of sales higher. The culture is good and every body I worked with become family . Long working hours is the only hard thing about this job.
Sale Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, NC – May 19, 2017
good money work from home, Supervising orientation and onboarding ● Handling investigations, complaints and issues. ● File management for 1st shift employees. ● Processing vacations, leaves, absences, ● Handing People Pillar deployment ● Maintain records/files/reports ● Enters new hires in Human Resources Systems ● SAP, Kronos knowledge ● Respond to employee concerns/complaints/emergencies ● Handle unemployment claims and unemployment interviews and hearings ● Information referrals ● Wide range of knowledge of office procedures/regulations/SOP'
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Hoover, AL – May 19, 2017
Very energetic and fun place to work. Management was great. Everybody was willing to help one another, if needed. I provided administrative/clerical support including scheduling and coordinating meetings, appointments and travel arrangements for Managers and Vice President.
Employees, healthcare, environment and overall great place to work.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Skokie, IL – May 19, 2017
An excellent first job outside of school to build your skills and advance with the company while doing it. The company structure allows you to advance within the company ranks at a fast pace where you can learn the different aspects of running a successful business. What you get out of this job is what you put in. Long hours and low pay to begin but after 6 months you can advance to a management role and earn a pay increase.