Great Company, Amazing co workers and endless possibilities for growth
Management Trainee (Current Employee) – Lancaster, PA – July 12, 2017
Enterprise is a great company to work for. I specifically work for a group in Pennsylvania spanning from Harrisburg to Lancaster and York, and it is a wonderful group to be a part of. I am very proud to say I am starting my professional career with Enterprise Holdings specifically because of my co workers, management, job training and the fun perks!
Service Agent/Driver (Former Employee) – Lebanon, PA – July 12, 2017
Typical day: cleaning cars, shuttling customers, moving cars between other locations Learned: ins and outs of daily operations Management: constantly changing management personnel (management movement between different locations), generally overworked Culture: Business oriented, sales! sales! sales! Hardest part of the job: busy days with a lot of reservations to prepare for, especially when low on car stock Most enjoyable part of the job: driving brand new cars every day, fairly simple and easy
largest rental car company in the world, fast-paced environment
Rental Agent (Former Employee) – Panama City Beach, FL Airport – July 12, 2017
This was the absolute worst job ever. The majority of the time they were completely out of cars and made people with reservations wait anywhere between 30 minutes to over 2 hours for their car. Most of the time instead of sales we were doing crowd control trying to calm down irate customers. Forget about making any money on upsells, most of the time we were issuing credits to try to appease upset customers. Reservations mean absolutely nothing. Seriously the most stressful position I've ever worked.
Incredibly stressful, impossible to provide good customer service
Enterprise has a great training program for young professionals but you will work long hours. Depending on your direct management will determine you outlook on the company. There are great managers and horrible ones.
Management Trainee (Current Employee) – Boise, ID – July 11, 2017
good job first out of college, you learn a lot about management and how to run a business and paid pretty well right out of college. 10 hour workdays and you're required to work 48 hours minimum per week, little to no work life balance. job relies on sales, so if you can't push useless products on people, than you won't be able to move up in the company.
Management Trainee (Current Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – July 11, 2017
For what it is, Enterprise isn't a bad company to work for. However, they work their employees HARD and the high pressure sales culture gets taxing. Especially when you're essentially selling double insurance. Most of the people there are fun and friendly. They say there is a lot of room for advancement but once you hit the branch manager position (which can happen in as little as two years) there's really nowhere to go unless someone quits or retires. Hiring fresh grads also poses problems with professionalism and management skills. Not everyone who sells well enough to be promoted actually should be in charge of other people. I wouldn't necessarily recruit anyone for the company but I wouldn't tell them to avoid working here either.
SERVICE AGENT (Former Employee) – NM – July 11, 2017
A great place to work if you want a safe secure job. Unfortunately for service agents, there are no benefits at all. The hours are poor and raises are least expected. Other than that I've had great experience with inside branch managers, and awesome co-workers!
Hard work and no reward or benefits, as well as no hours
Manager (Current Employee) – Tennessee – July 11, 2017
Diversity is said to be of some importance within the company. However, although this is stated, and may be the undertone that was initially set by the company this is not the case. If you are not someone who goes along with the group, or are not of European decent you will hit a ceiling. Do not go into the company with unlimited expectations, career seeker beware.
Follows sales techniques to maximize revenue (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 11, 2017
Enterprise is a great company to work for. I currently work from within the comfort of my home on a designated schedule, great supervisors,and lots of training. Pay is direct deposit biweekly. We have weekly meeting online with supervisor and trainer and we also work in teams. Since Enterprise owns Alamo and National, you will make reservations for all 3 car rental companies. Commission is paid out once a month. My advice to anyone wanting to work for this company, learn everything you can then work on meeting goals( company metrics).
Work from Home
Dealing with public can sometimes be exhausting but the commission is awesome.
I worked for Enterprise for three years and I did enjoy my time there. I think it is a great job for fresh out of college individuals looking for experience. The company does give employees the opportunity to grow but many get burned out. You will learn how to run a business but be prepared for company politics. You will go far if you have a strong work ethic and very professional attitude. This company is all about getting people on your side so just build relationships and sell.
Rewards for high preformanc.
Management is developing as it is a training program.