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Good atmosphere; coworkers always had my back
Manager Trainee (Former Employee), Louisville, KYJuly 1, 2015
Pros: Low stress
Cons: Lots of bug guts to clean
The days at Hertz were long and arduous, but were mostly stress-free. A typical day consisted of studying products and business processes, delivering cars, washing cars, taking cars for oil changes, and selling customers insurance packages with their rentals. I found selling insurance to be a fairly easy and straightforward process as long as I treated customers with fairness and respect.
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Great Company to Work for
Counter Sales Representative (Current Employee), Wilmington, NCJune 30, 2015
Hertz is a wonderful company to work for. A typical day is just doing a lot of rentals and returns. The Hardest part is dealing with angry unsatisfied customers.
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Excellent work place
Mover (Current Employee), Carolina, PRJune 29, 2015
A typical day at work, you'll receive orders to where you are going to be delivering or picking up cars. Management would keep you up to date if there has being any changes, on the moving of vehicles.The hardest part of the job would be the traffic sometimes when taking cars to customers at the hotels.
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terrible
Flex rep (Former Employee), avocaJune 29, 2015
washing cars and renting them as well

learned more about the sales world


terrible management never supported employee

hardest part was washing cars in winter
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great place
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Hanover, MDJune 28, 2015
the hardest part was making sure payroll was done right on Friday. the people were great fun to be around. They are like family after been their some many years
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One of the best jobs I've had
Sales and Service Representative (Current Employee), San Rafael, CAJune 27, 2015
I work with some amazing people always willing to help me when I do need some help. I have an amazinf manager that is there for all of us employees and is constantly trying to have us do our best. I have really enjoyed working here.
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I liked working at Hertz, but after about 15 yrs the stress from company and CEO was very stressful
Credit Investigator (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKJune 27, 2015
Pros: Room for advancement alittle
Cons: To Stressful
I liked most of the different jobs I held at Hertz, my favorite job was rental extensions, which was a inbound call center, I got along great with fellow co-workers. Management was ok but it was mainly the company and the CEO that was the problem. Most enjoyable part of jobs was being a office person. Most hardest part of job, was dealing with the company and the CEO and Management.
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Poor Management
Sales (Former Employee), Ontario, caJune 25, 2015
Pros: Good benefits for management level employees
Cons: Frontline employees carry all the burdens
Management is hertz's biggest issue. Frontline employees are not well treated. They are expected to sell when the environment they create for them is not conducive. Overtime is not allowed. Hourly employees are limited to 40 hours a week.
Expect to wash cars while you're wearing shirt and tie.
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Great for recent graduates.
Assistant Branch Manager (Current Employee), Dallas, TexasJune 24, 2015
Pros: Discount, Pay
Cons: Management, Turnover, Understaffed
This is a great opportunity for someone to learn the culture of a business while making a good amount of money. They may present overtime as a positive aspect upon the initial hiring process, but when it comes down to it, the CEO only cares about profit and customer service while their employees are understaffed, undervalued, and underequipped to do their job well.
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Very stressful place to work.
Branch Manager (Current Employee), Miami Gardens, FLJune 23, 2015
Pros: Meeting new people and learning about new cultures.
Cons: Long hours, No employee recognition, Good feedback are always followed by bad feedbacks. You only good as your last numbers.
Hard to balance work and family life. The hours are very long. I learned how to multi-tasked. The company is very diverse for lower positions however, not for upper level management. The hardest part of the job is being understaffed. Management expect you to do jobs of three people for the same pay. The most enjoyable part of the job is being able to meet new people and learn about different cultures and how to deal with different situations. The job is unpredictable because no two days are ever alike. The company always have a flavor of the month. The company doesn't even recognized employees birthday.
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Fun high speed work place
Customer Sales Rep (Current Employee), TampaJune 23, 2015
Pros: Money
Cons: not having the fleet needed
A typical day at work would consest of a game day plan, how many reservations, goals, and vehichle inventory. My co-workers are more of a family then just co-workers. The most enjoyable part of the job is the energy of making a sale.
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Busy and Stressful Enviornment
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Napa, CAJune 22, 2015
Although this company is very busy, it is easy to advance and earn extra bonuses on top of your hourly pay rate. Depending on the location, you can work up to 50 hours a week.
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Terrible for anyone with a family.
Assistant Branch Manager (Current Employee), Tullahoma, TNJune 22, 2015
Pros: Pay and Bonus. You have the potential to make really good money with this company.
Cons: No work - life balance
This job requires you to work tons of overtime. Which is great for your pay check but terrible for your family. There is a potential to make really good money with this company. However, most weeks you are required to work over 60 hours with no lunch or breaks. Even though they automatically take 30 minutes off each day for a lunch.
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great place to work
Courtesy Bus Driver (Current Employee), Detroit, MIJune 20, 2015
Pros: great discount
Cons: short breaks
fun and easy job the customers are the best, I highly recommend working for this company. easy to move up the ladder to management, I pick up and drop customers off
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Needs work!
First Notice of Loss Examiner (Former Employee), Oklahoma City, OKJune 20, 2015
The facility itself is nice. The management (FNOL) either needs training, or a complete overhaul. The job isn't difficult, but can be mundane.
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Decent Entry Level Position
Management Trainee (Current Employee), PittsburghJune 19, 2015
Pay really isn't worth what you the job deals with unless you are able to get overtime but even than it's not that great. Depending on the office the job can be fun.
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Hertz
Assistant Location Manager (Current Employee), Mission Viejo and Rancho Santa MargaritaJune 18, 2015
Pros: Work Experience
Cons: Long hours
Sales and customer service are the two most important things at Hertz Local Edition. Of course, beyond these two things there are many other parts of the operation that are important (including accounting, writing and enforcing contracts, managing employees, and vehicle maintenance) and Hertz will teach you to do all of them. The hours that you will put in will range between 55 and 65 hours a week, but Hertz's fast pace environment will make the hours fly by.
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No Job security
Manager Associate (Former Employee), UTAHJune 18, 2015
Pros: No lunch breaks, 50 hours per week.
Cons: Management, THIS IS A SALES JOB
With the new minimum sales requirement only expect to keep your job 7 months. 3 months of training period and 4 months of failing to reach unachievable sales goals then termination. Hired into the manager trainee off airport program worked a skeleton crew with no help from management. New CEO is the guy that implemented baggages fees for Frontier airlines years ago so Hertz is adopting nickel and dime fees. And a few years ago Hertz had some accounting errors losing around 53 million bucks, which then runs down to any additional profits at a branch level are absorbed to cover this loss. It hasn't been formally announced but the number lost is actually 153 million lost so Hertz is just going to keep squeezing employs to cover the loss for its share holders. Glad to be off the train. Hertz isn't the Golden child it used to be. DONT LET THEM FOUL YOU THIS IS A SALES JOB.
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Fast paced, customer service, sales driven job.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Deer Park, NYJune 18, 2015
Pros: Meeting all different types of people.
At Hertz it is different everyday. You have to be really customer focused and sales driven. There are monthly quotes that must be met and you are required to network and do a certain number of sales calls every week in order to obtain more business. You interact with all different types of people as far as customers, insurance reps., body shop owners, hotels, colleges and car dealerships. You need to be quick on your feet, positive and have a strong ability to multi task.
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Rental Car Sales to local bay area businesses
National Account Manager (Current Employee), South San Francisco, CAJune 17, 2015
Office or Home-office based sales position, selling corporate travel program for rental car needs to Bay Area corporations. Great work/life balance, learning and upward movement encouraged along with team environment.

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About The Hertz Corporation

Hertz operates its car rental business through the Hertz, Dollar, Thrifty and Firefly brands from approximately 11,555 corporate – Read more

The Hertz Corporation Salaries

Manager Trainee
$34,500 per year
Car Sales Executive
$50,000 per year
Branch Manager
$41,749 per year
Transporter
$8.51 per hour
Manager Trainee
$11.27 per hour

The Hertz Corporation Photos

Interactive Signage at Newark Airport
Newark Airport Rental Desks
Newark Airport Express Rent Kiosk