Most days I worked were pretty normal and quick, but we've had days that are brutal, and days that are super slow and we'd have no cars to send out.
I can't really say I learned much, except that I know how to take better care of the inside of my car and how a rental car facility operates, and the difficulty that the team may have when it gets quite busy.
The culture at Enterprise was pretty diverse, different types of people and that's a good thing.
Management always tries hard to stay on top of things, but even then it can seem too hard a task even for them, and communication is a big issue with them, and it was something I strived to change with them, that way everyone would be on the same page, and it seems that it's paid off.
Hardest part of the job was trying to show that I'm ready to step up and take on more responsibility within the company, there have been many obstacles such as a few leads telling me not to worry about it, or not shoulder those responsibilities, granted I was told to in order to advance. Other than that, the job and responsibilities of a lead are relatively easy.
Driving cars, just cruising back and forth between our clean lot to the ready lines, and one of the greeters having snacks for us in case we needed a little energy for the day.
We'd get Little Caesar's, Dion's, or even barbecue brought to us for lunch.