Inside Sales & Service Representative (Former Employee) – De pere wi – January 31, 2018
I would recommend a friend. I really enjoyed working there and given the opportunity I would love to return to continue future career endeavors. I truly think this is a position to grow from however most opportunities require moving to another location.
Cashier/Customer Specialist (Former Employee) – Oklahoma city, OK – January 31, 2018
I waited over a month after I got hired to start this position, this is a real joke. They do not care about their employees. I got sick with bronchitis had all my doctor statements everything and they still terminated me
Virtual Sales Representative Consultant (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – January 30, 2018
I took a position based on a smaller hourly pay and a performance incentive. The amount of the incentive available kept dropping- I lost $17k of income when I did my taxes from one year to the next.
Management was repeatedly informed about flaws in their software and the way airport locations cheated us but did nothing about it. Later found out they had not updated the software and what we used was 14 versions behind the current release. Managers were encouraged to threaten agents with disciplinary action over known computer flaws even though HR did not let them take that action.
Right now the corporate leadership is not about profit, which if you were there to make money means its not available.
Manager Associate (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 30, 2018
Washing and cleaning cars in full business attire and expected to look professional, taught nothing about the business. Given contradictory instructions and expected to know what management was thinking.
Express Rent Sales Specialist, U.S (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – January 30, 2018
No appeal at all. Chances for advancement are practically non-existent. Keep doing what you're doing. No control over incoming calls on the virtual system and lots of sales that were supposed to come our way were stolen by personnel at physical location undercutting us by offering better deals than we could virtually or passing their problem rentals to us.
Meeting a variety of different customers
Competing with fellow Hertz employees at the physical location
Hard work, you wear many hats and do many jobs. They promise you a management position but upper management are only looking out for themselves. You have to clean cars and take care of customers while being in a suite
What sounded great was the promotion opportunities you could get in short time if you do good work or (sales). What I end up being is a glorified detailer with no signs of promotion in the skyline. I like the operation itself and please with seriousness consider having more than just three people in each branch, I get that you're trying to maximize productivity and reduce as much wage expense accrued to your account. I enjoy getting to know the frequent travelers, the frequent customers. Pay is not very well as I was promised and you have to rely on the bonuses to pay the bill. If you get a bad review from a customer then good luck being a month behind on bills.