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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.
To start out, it's all work and no life. But if you work hard and push through, within 18 months of thankless customer service and sales, you can make it to branch manager (I did) which allows a flexible schedule and a company car. The people who are saying there is little room for advancement here weren't successful because they either couldn't sell (it is a sales position) or they didn't have the chops to stick it out. As a branch manager, I work Monday to Friday, 7am to 6pm and the occasional Saturday from 8 to 12. It's a fantastic place to work if you are determined and willing to put in the effort. If you're lazy or entitled, you'll be miserable. I have a wife and son and I get plenty of time with my family, but I had to work hard for 18 months to get there.
No work life balance especially as you move up
Great opportunities. Great structure great company.
Always lots of hours, with very little chance for advancement. That's why you see mostly young people working at Enterprise.
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Life is good when you are working hard
Good company to work for
Life is good,when you are working hard
Well when i worked there i was in college and they worked around my schedule and i was still able to get work done and experience the college life
I do not have kids but I do know that after some hard work and a little time, there are several positions that open up to you. Some that guarantee a 40 hour work week with an hour lunch. These you can get with or with a promotion above management trainee. But these positions are not open at all times. Some of them require patience but I have yet to meet a manager or an area manager who was not willing to work with someone on their schedule.
- 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?