Relate to get things done and good things will happen
Hiker (Current Employee) – Kenner, LA – September 11, 2018
Smiles can go a long time ,the atmosphere is what you make of it .stay focused on the job conduct. Promotions are always there after a period of time with the company. Then you are free to apply for whatever is opening position is.the job isn't hard at all put your all in everything you do.its about getting it done.so many job positions there,there's no hard task because you will be shown how to do things
Great for someone fresh out of college without a vehicle. Your first day you are given a company vehicle which includes free gas, insurance and tolls. Great incentive but trust me you WILL work for it. 50-60 hour work weeks, fluctuating schedules, no scheduled lunch breaks if you are a manager, 10-12 hour shifts at a time.
Rental Sales Agent (Current Employee) – Middletown, PA – September 8, 2018
its ok, the first day I started it was a cool decent job to work at, after two years of working here, its a constant battle w customers and they're rudeness behavior towards the people behind the counter helping them out with rentals .
going home everyday and not have to worry about a rude person talikng to you1
Shuttler (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – September 6, 2018
It is a okay place to work for. Have to be ready for fast pace at times of seasons and slow times of seasons. Be prepared for weather changes as you are outside mostly. It's a decent company to work for.
making new friends and meeting interesting customers.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – September 4, 2018
No integrity and support from the top (DM) means none from lower management!! None of the managers are on the same page, unresponsive, unaware of employee schedule, no true concern about the customer or employee. Extremely high turnover rate! The new hire training is a complete joke! New hires are thrown into the boat, without a paddle. Older employees are expected to train new hires. Most are rude and embarrass new hires in front of customers and coworkers.
Good employees are mistreated and the bad ones get what they want.
The company made a easy job hard. They would accept/take the reservations but not be able to supply the vehicles needed. Either the vehicle was simply not available or they did not have the staff to move the vehicles needed. The company had so many layoffs on the corporate employee side they did not have the staff to move cars or much less get them serviced and ready to move to the stores. Many times the vehicles we did receive were needing service before they could be rented this left huge customer waits or a busted reservation altogether.