Driver (Former Employee) – Dulles, VA – September 20, 2018
Great place to work. Lots of great people to work with and for. You get to drive all of the new vehicles as well some of the old stuff. Its face paced and lots of fine. You definitely get to meet a lot of new people.
Service Agent (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – September 20, 2018
I am a car prep so theres only so long before the heat from outdoors gets to you while washing and detailing cars. I've also been the only car prep at my location the majority of the time I've been here so its been challenging. But for the most part I've felt like they've taken care of me.
Enterprise service agent (Former Employee) – Visalia, CA – September 19, 2018
punch in for work and get your supplies ready to start washing and cleaning cars for the rest of your shift if you are a service agent. i learned that no matter how long you been with the company, they will not pay you a higher salary for how long or how harder you worked than the other service agents. management can be disorganized at times. the workplace can be chill when the day happens to be slow for whatever reason which doesn't happen so often depending on the branch you work at. the hardest part of the job is busting through a ton of cars to get them clean but it seems like they return back in about an hour or so and they get brought back trashed from inside as if it was a dump, most managers wont charge the customer the fee that is supposed to be charged. the most enjoyable part is if you have a good boss, theyll treat you for the hard work because this job can be tough during summer.
Vehicle Service Agent (Current Employee) – Hebron, KY – September 19, 2018
I've been at Enterprise for 3 years now and it has it ups and downs. But furthermore its a great place to work where you can get as many hours as you want because they always need an extra hand. I would recommend this to anyone that needs any extra money since they are so flexible with their hours
Able to listen to music, relaxed, friendly staff, flexible hours
Not many employees, working outside in all conditions
Detailer (Current Employee) – Sioux Falls, SD – September 19, 2018
Fun, incredibly relaxed workplace, but would not recommend for aspiring entrepreneurs or ambitious persons. Work pace is incredibly slow, repetitive and rather boring. Management is treated poorly and doesn't much care for their jobs. hiring process took way too long.
The most laid back and cool job I've ever experienced
Driver (Current Employee) – Oak Park, MI – September 18, 2018
Our daily assignments were to transport vehicles to and from different locations locally. Sometimes we'll get runs that are hours away, but that's even better because it makes the work day go by faster. Basically, you're your own boss. No one looking over your shoulder and tracking your every move. No, the pay isn't something that you can make a living off of, but if you're a retiree or just looking for extra work, I'd recommend this job. I also have some pretty cool coworkers
Driving different types of vehicles, being your own boss
Group Car Sales Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 17, 2018
Great company to work for. Extensive employee development focus with limitless income potential. Promotion from within, clear criteria to earn promotions. Perks include company car and flexible scheduling.
Very good sales training and the people are the best part of the job. It can be long hours but is worth the education.
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 16, 2018
Hours will be long and work will be hard but worth the environment. The work/life balance is not quite there. You will work 50+ hours a week and it can be tough but you will learn more in that environment than you will in many others
A typical day as a driver at Enterprise is to pick up, drive and deliver various vehicles in and out of state.
Driver (Current Employee) – Romulus, MI – September 16, 2018
As a driver at Enterprise you are responsible for the non-incidental pick up and delivery of various vehicles assigned to you by management.. The hardest part of the job is avoiding accidents with other drivers; especially during inclement weather. As a driver, you will be privy to visiting many Enterprise car rental locations and automobile dealerships.