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555 questions about working at Enterprise Holdings
Make pay 15hr across the board for cleaners
Answered November 27, 2016
Your last day of work
Answered November 22, 2019
Make sure if you have to commute to the jobs location it won’t be a problem with them. I got through all the interviews and they said I lived too far away. So just make sure before you put a month into the process you clarify it with them.
Answered August 1, 2017
Initial phone screen with recruiter, video interview with recruiter, video interview with area manager, in person interview with the branch manager, final interview with the VP.
Answered January 16, 2018
As a Sales Consultant, you have a set schedule, but there is flexibility to make adjustments with your co-workers and management team.
Answered March 15, 2020
Sales Consultant in Car Sales Division. Arrive to work at 9am. Do an inventory of vehicles, update price tags, re-park the lot, log into system, check previous day appointments who no showed, follow up, check new appointments, prioritize call list (morning, afternoon, evening), set goals for referrals, participate in morning meeting, lot visits and sales that day, help walk ins and appointments, market by phone to referral sources, face to face interactions with customers, consultative approach to selling, easy going, no pressure, no haggle pricing, identify vehicle to purchase and guide customer through application, finance, backend products and delivery of vehicle. Low pressure sales. Completely satisfied is Enterprises motto. Shifts can vary depending on how late your appointments run. 9-6, 9-8, 11-8, 11-10...its Car Sales.
Answered March 15, 2020
As an management trainee, I did not undergo a pre-employment drug screening but they did do a background check. None of the managers in my group, who have been with the company upwards of 7 years, have ever been drug tested. That’s on the car rental side. If you are in truck rental, you have to pass a DOT physical, which I would imagine would include a urinalysis. Every group may have its own policy, but from my experience in car rental, drug screenings are not part of the protocol.
Answered September 27, 2016
Pay the Shuttlers/Drivers at the airport more per hour. Working in all weather conditions walking 13 miles a day. Making the least amount per hour.
Answered March 15, 2017
It seems that Enterprise discriminates against people. Yes the college degree looks cute hanging on your wall but what experience do you have. Many companies now have finally woken up and realized the degree means nothung, experience is what counts.
Answered October 15, 2016
There’s not doubt that you’re going to work a lot as an MT. And even after you pass the MQI and get a pay raise an title of MA, you still work the same hours. Once I got ABM, my life got much easier. Less hours and more pay. More time with my daughter and husband.
Answered May 8, 2016
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