they only want part time drivers no benefits,low pay cant live like that ,its dangers out there on the highway sometimes you go get out of service trucks bring them to shop for repair not nowing what's going to happen on the highway bad tires thats about to blow engine fumes coming in the cab,no left side rearview mirror so you cant see just dangerous
SHUTTLER DRIVER (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 19, 2019
If you crash a vehicle, you are subject to drug test & will most likely be terminated whether pass or fail &/or if the car accident was your fault or not. Union does nothing on your behalf and serves no purpose to employees. They do nothing to save your job. A number of Cars were stolen bc lack of security system and armed security guards.
Part timers have no benefits, work schedule is not ideal. You may have to work weekends and late nights.
Assistant Manager/Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Southfield, MI – June 18, 2019
Overall the Avis Budget Group is a good company to work for. It is an equal opportunity employer and it provides a positive work environment for almost anyone. I personally like that you have the opportunity to communicate with people of all ages and nationalities.
Impound Clerk (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – June 18, 2019
Avis was a great place to work for students or older folks. The one thing that lead me to find a new job was the lack of opportunity for advancement. I started a family that continues to grow, so I needed more.
I enjoyed learning and working for the rental agency. It is a great business with complex computer software and a very competent and friendly environment. I would recommend Enterprise to anyone seeking a rental or a career in the rental agency services.
Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – June 15, 2019
This company worked out good for me. I started in the 11th grade and it improved my customer service and driving skills tremendously. I met a lot of different people from different parts of the world and enjoyed every second of it.
Manager (Former Employee) – Merrillville, IN – June 14, 2019
Must do the job of several people by yourself and deal with customers. Learned to work a DOS type computer program answer phone calls for making reservations. The hardest part of the job is dealing with angry customers when the company can't provide a vehicle for their reservation.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – St.Petersburg – June 13, 2019
Avis and budget does not offer any benefits it is poorly managed the manager decides whether he wants to pay your or not he trains you for 2 days and leaves you on your own. No respect or consideration for personal life matters. No paid time off , basically you are a slave and belittled & you get nothing in return for it.
Unless you are looking for something as a stepping stone, majority of people who work as a sales performance manager do not make it through a year. I would not recommend this job to anyone to be honest especially at the DFW airport