Rental Associate/Manager (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 2, 2018
Car rental is very easy the upselling can be difficult when they don't give you the necessary vehicles to do so. there will be some down time and then all the sudden you will get swamped when a big plane comes in
When I started at Avis, I started from the bottom and worked my way up to Regional Manager. I would handle the whole Mid-West, a lot of flying and travel, but that's what I loved. No day was ever the same.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Lake Grove, NY – February 27, 2018
I have a great manager, tought me the basic format i needed. If i need help with a customer i have a team i can rely on. The work environment was kind of slow paced but it picks up through out the day.
N/A (Former Employee) – New Jersey – February 26, 2018
I was contacted to set up a phone interview. A time was set up for the representative to call me and I was not contacted. I asked if we could reschedule for later that day and we did and I was not contacted. Then we set up a time a couple of days later where I had to call the representative and we spoke briefly. I was told an in person interview would be set up and nearly a week later no update. I sent an email and no response. I left a voicemail and no response. Finally the following week I get the representative on the phone and I am told an offer has been made.
Rental Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Ronkonkoma, NY – February 26, 2018
Depending on how big your location was managers were non-existent. Most of the problems have to be dealt with you personally. They're easy, so i thought. My location consisted of an older generation with many complaints. Overall, Management catered to the older crowd because of "Seniority." I worked the 3-12pm shift and let me tell you, don't expect a social life after this. Overall its hourly with commission INCENTIVES. So selling is a big deal. If you love learning about cars THIS JOB IS YOUR JOB!
DISPATCHER (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – February 24, 2018
You will do the same things everyday. Very easy work in the winter time. Not much to do but during the summer time it is really hard work. its a no stop job, always something to be doing. the only downside to working with the company is sometimes the management. They really lack communication. You will be told many different things from different managers. Non of the managers are on the same page. but other then that. its a fun and enjoyable place to work. the people there are amazing, you become like a family and it shows.
Reports Coordinator (Former Employee) – Virginia Beach, VA – February 18, 2018
Poor management, lack of support and effective communication by HR. Great benefits! Poor pay scale if not management. Micro management and "manager's discretion" on everything to keep HR from having to hold any manager to unfair management policies.
Lots of micro managers who like to throw their employees under the bus, credit for work done by associates with no appreciation or acknowledgment of work done.
Customer Service Representative Agent (Former Employee) – msp – February 17, 2018
Avis was a terrible place to work, not only for me but other employees as well. It's highly frustrating when your hard work is not only not noticed, but discounted as well. Management is bad from top down and they don't care how hard their employees work. Just what I've experienced.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – February 17, 2018
Company biased and racist and the union is a joke have to meet sales goals and the goals are technically illlegal sales of fraudulent insurance predicated on lies and deceit told to traveling customers with limited knowledge of their rights and options spent seven years with company
Budget Agency Operator (Former Employee) – Libertyville, IL – February 16, 2018
Working as an Agency Operator was rewarding with compensation,but stressful when not receiving product or fleet. A work day consisted of face to face customer interaction along with phone reservations. We also maintained vehicles. Most enjoyable part was the customers and taking care of their needs.
self employment/ compensation
no health care/ou have to find your own employees/ working outside in the elements