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What is the interview process like at Enterprise Holdings?

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Long and exhausted interview process. 3 step interview each one lasting about an hour and have to drive over an hour away for each interview. Most in the early morning and have to wait for each interview at least 30 minutes upon arrival. Dress business professional and will judge you on what you studied in college. RvP is judgemental and does not even ask anything about your personal job history but questions steered towards your incompetence based on what you studied. Demeaning and unfair interview process. I answered everything correct and have great work ethic and drive. Missed an opportunity for a great worker based simply on ignorance alone. I made it to the third interview just to have an ignorant vice president pre judge me based on my college degree and honestly never gave me a chance for the job. I was shut down based on my appearance (I have a nose stud) and school degree alone. Conservative and biased company with little to no respect for the interviewers.

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Easy two step interview process

Answered - Management Trainee (Former Employee) - Maryland

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Interview with the recruiter. Invited to second interview with Area Manager. Sometimes invited to third interview with regional manager if there is a need. They check your background. The branch you apply for may be in an area that has a need, unless you are hired in specific outlying territory. Be aware that working in outlying territories may stunt your potential fast-track. Conversely, working in an outlying area may shield you from scrutiny (big fish in a small pond vs small fish in a big pond).

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Phone interview with a recruiter and then you will get a interview for the location you prefer to work at and then you wait for the background check to come back. Once your background comes back and everything is good then you will complete the online job boarding process and it lets you know when your first day is for orientation.

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Enterprise reached out to me and encouraged me to apply for the position of management trainee. I had three interviews with Enterprise, one with a member of the talent acquisition team, one with two regional managers, and a final interview with the regional director. During the first two interviews they were responsive and were willing to reschedule if it was necessary. After the third interview, I was told that I would receive a response on the status of the position within the next 1-2 days. After 3-4 days without hearing back from them, I reached out for an update via email and phone call/voicemail with no responses. It’s been about 2 weeks since then. The lack of follow through from Enterprise is extremely dissapointing and speaks of volumes of how they probably treat current employees.

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Do not waste your time with this place! They had me travel to 3 locations for interviews for 3 separate jobs-2 of which were out of state. They act like they are an authority on some kind of psychological testing. A real dog and pony show. Interviewers were sarcastic and unorganized. All to be told I'd have to work 50 hours per week and constantly in competition with co-workers on sales! Strong on "upselling" more of their services and must be willing to pick up and move at their every whim. It's all about what you can do for them right now! No thanks. They're a joke.

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I interviewed with Enterprise for a position in NY. After a brief initial telephone interview, I had to take a long and protracted preference test, which, during the NEXT telephone interview, I was told my responses fit their corporate requirements. Next came an in-person interview, which I waited over 45 minutes past my appointment. I never heard from them again after numerous phone calls and emails. I finally received an email about 3 months later stating I was no longer being considered for the position. 3 MONTHS!!! If this is how potential team members are treated, I am glad I was not hired. I can only imagine how they treat their employees.

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Very intense. Its a sales position so you definitely have to sale yourself in the interview, there is a phone interview, then your called for an interview face to face if you pass you meet with the branch manager of the store you will work if you pass that then you will meet with the VP of the area.

Answered - Management Assistant (Former Employee) - Manhattan, KS

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Interviewing process was simple 1 phone interview with the recruiter, and 1 interview with the Assistant and Branch manager of the store at the same time, my interview went great, but I didnt know if I had the job till about month later, which through me off with no communication at all from the company.

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Awful. I had applied to work for enterprise as a backup, was over qualified for the position did great in the interview and wasn't invited back for a second interview. My interviewer was busy with another person and had me waiting in the office fifteen minutes past the time we had scheduled, and greeted me as if I were a five years old. This was one of my personal best interviews and I wasn't even considered for the second round of interviewing, yuck.

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