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.
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.
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.
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.
1 on 1 type situation usually with a manager. Most questions involve "name a situation where" type scenarios
Answered - Enterprise Rent-A-Car (Former Employee) - Greenville, SC
Applied for Work at Home Customer Service Sales Reservationist. First interview was informative and pretty straightforward. That interview had questions about my home computer equipment, their scheduling requirements, training schedules & demands. The second interview was like surgery without anesthesia. The questions were all scenario-type. Ex: “Have you ever had a professional situation where someone doubted you and you were able to overcome it? Tell me about that and how you overcame the obstacle.” (And) “Tell me about a time when you were involved in swaying a customer to stay with your product, when they were upset and wanted to go to (xxx) brand.” I’ve never been through any kind of grilling like that. Still don’t know what to expect after that second interview, because the person said at the end, “I’ve got to assess several applicants, and we’ll Email or contact you by phone to let you know our next step.” $13 an hr at HOME is equal to $18 hr in a brick and mortar—but if they’re going to be that tight when you’re working, it might not be worth this mess. It’s not a “normal” interview process...it’s more like a psychological X-ray season via phone.
The interview process is pretty standard from what I could remember. You go through a phone screening with someone from the human resource team who then will forward your information for the next step which is your face to face interview.
Answered - Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - Green Bay, WI
Three interviews, pretty straight forward approach.
Interview with Recruiter
Interview with Area Manager
Interview with Store Manager
Answered - Management Trainee (Current Employee) - Oregon
Multiple telephone interviews
Answered - Escalation Support Representative (Current Employee) - Sandy Springs, GA
Answered - Part Time Driver (Current Employee) - San Ramon, CA