Pros: drive new cars, a paycheck
Cons: few brakes, what promotion? what raise? very long hours, undefined promotion process, hertz management training is that in name only, smokers smokers everywhere, wash & vacuum cars in business casual attire
The person who hired me on at hertz lied to me a lot. Just like they did everyone else hired here in the springs. I was told I’d have a promotion and raise within 3 months, told I’d be trained on back office procedures. I have a decent college degree and they promoted people with no education over me and several other who hold advanced degrees. Four – more... months into my employment with this company I had yet to be trained on back office procedures, I was sitting in an office across town from where they told me I would be working, by myself managing a hertz for the same pay. I took it upon myself to get there well before opening so I’d have inventory to rent – 10 hour days became a norm and often they’d stretch into 11 and 12 hrs.
They knew all this, they knew about my multitudes of customer accolades, they knew I wanted to move up. They told me at first all I needed to do was complete training classes online. Then I needed to have a certain level of sales success. Then it was I should have also went out to promote hertz more by then they’d put someone with no education through a program I wasn’t offered and promoted them first. Then they said it was my fault I should have tried harder-tried to promote hertz more – something I wasn’t even trained to do months and months into being with the company.
Just stay far away from this company and if you have to work for them GET IT ALL IN WRITING - my father told me that and boy I wish I’d listened.
The whole place is run shoddily, lacking integrity; seriously an enormous disappointment and waste of my time. – less