It'a a great company to work for-good insurance, 401K, profit sharing, vacation time, a supportive environment that is like a family for long time employees.
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.
I have been interviewing at Enterprise and I'm pretty sure I'm a shoe in. I see its a lot of hours which is normal for a lot of management trainee post ions which I'm fine with. I'm willing to put in the work. My question is the work-life balance. Not so much at the beginning but after I've been there for a while or have kids. Does anyone have an answer that's been at Enterprise for a while?
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.
What would you suggest Enterprise Holdings management do to prevent others from leaving?
Create good working conditions for employees and also pay up salary at the due date. https://careersafrik.com
Mckinney, TX- Money, to many hours (12/day) but Also get in trouble for OT, Poor Management, consistently understaffed.
Does it matter whether you have a laptop or desktop PC for the work from home position?
Desktops are fine...laptops also...but with laptops you would have to use an additional keyboard...per talent acquisition specialist