Relaxed but not Good for Long Term
Driver (Former Employee) – St. Joseph, MO – November 14, 2018
A typical day at Enterprise for me involved washing cars, digging cars out of snow, delivering/picking up cars up to 100 miles away, repossessing lost and stolen cars, and picking up, dropping off customers. The only thing I really learned is how to best do my job as to not make my superiors look bad. Management wasn't always great, but it always felt like they had your back. I worked at a branch that seemed to only employ recently graduated fraternity guys, so there was an overwhelming amount of aggressive testosterone that would often manifest itself in arguments and feuds between coworkers. Hardest part of the job is keeping all the cars clean every day. Most enjoyable part of the job was the amount of freedom it grants you.
Absolutely no possibility of promotion unless you have some kind of two year college degree, which arbitrarily holds less fortunate people back from success.