Fast paced, stay on your toes environment that challenges you personally and teaches you the skills to run your own business. Gives you the training and the tools to teach and motivate your team as you move up in the company.
Pay, bonus opportunities, professional but relaxed
Vehicle Transporter (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – March 14, 2018
I was a driver so i took cars to dealerships, auction lots, airport rental lots etc. It was a fun place to work i got to travel out of the state on a few occasions to drop off/pick up cars. But the salary wasn't worth it after a while.
Service Agent (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – March 13, 2018
Needed it for school, but the scheduling began conflicting. Benefits were great though. The union and tenure became an issue. I worked really hard, but ultimately those with tenure took priority even in a scenario where I had bid for a schedule within policy.
MANAGEMENT TRAINEE (Current Employee) – Newport News, VA – March 13, 2018
Busy during rush hours. Good job for someone straight out of college. No work life balance, area managers and above are about themselves first. Get moved around without being asked if you are okay with it. Advancement is all about who you know
I loved my time at Enterprise. The people were great, but the department in which I worked was under staffed and there was no room to move up from within the company. They would rather look elsewhere when looking for people for positions than first check with the people that are already working there, that are qualified for the position.
Manger in Training (Current Employee) – arlington – March 12, 2018
I was told a lot of thing that was not true like i would be making a certain amount of money well come to find out i was not making that much until i hit over time. the pay is not that great only if you are a top seller. this job is not for everyone it takes a special kind of person to don this. I wouldn't recommend this job unless you was in car sales
Management-Trainee (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – March 12, 2018
The sales environment was difficult to keep up with if you are not interested in a sales career. Management and sales are two completely different career paths, yet they try to integrate them into one role by saying that you will only ever excel in the company if you can get through their rigorous sales requirements.
Overtime, always hire fun people
No incentives, lack of amenities (i.e. forks, coffee, holiday parties)
Service Agent (Current Employee) – Panorama City, CA – March 11, 2018
At Enterprise you can work your way up. That is if you have a college degree. If you don't then they only let you be a "service agent". Raises are minimal cause of the position title. You only get benefits if you are full time only. I suppose the benefit about working "inside". You do learn communication & networking skills. They switch you to different branches randomly. So if you're doing well at one branch and the customers like you. Better hope your area manager doesn't switch you. Your performance may fall off at a different branch. That is what i don't understand about enterprise. Overall, it's an OK job. Don't make it your permanent job though. It's not that, exciting there..
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – March 10, 2018
Can get tough at times. Most of the time they don't care about the little man on the totem pole. If you enjoy doing the same things over and over or just to have consistency then this jobs for you. It can be very consuming and suck you in very fast if you don't watch out. Management is not bad until you move above the branch manager. Then its horrible.
Working for enterprise holdings, you will definitely be exposed to several different aspects of the business. In addition to the daily operations of renting cars, at enterprise holdings you are taught how to essentially run your own business. The company provides several trainings, regularly to provide employees with the skills as well as tools to understand the bottom line of the business as well as how to be successful within the company. The hardest part of the job may be learning how to maintain a work life balance as you will be expected to work more than 40 hours a week. Although, the long hours enterprise is definitely a great place to work, it is a fast paced, competitive environment, and you get to interact with your customers which also makes it fun!
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Washington DC – March 9, 2018
Enterprise Holdings Is an awesome start up career, you will go in making a lot of money but can become extremely drained after a few months. The down part about the job is the fact that there is absolutely no work life balance, your work days consists of 11 to 12 hours starting at 7am and most likely finishing around 6:30pm to 7pm. Fresh out of college it is awesome job to build your career but not if you will eventually consider having a life outside of it.