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I would work for this company again corona disrupted my career and life plans plans

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What is the best part of working at the company?Meeting new people daily. Ability to advance. Flexible scheduling.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?When there were NO cars to rent. Having to stand for hours at a time during peak seasons ) worked @ airportWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?Mostly all employees are team players, work family atmosphere What is a typical day like for you at the company?Very busy which made the day go by faster. At times I would work 12 hour shifts
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July 11, 2023
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Good Culture Terrible Work Environment

Customer service over all, including actually doing what you were trained to. Culture and coworkers always pretty cool however management is only ever looking at the pure numbers. If you're at a location you like, good luck staying there. Very poor work life balance, often with only 1 day off a week. Good if your a grinder, but better opportunities with less work. Don't buy the build from within stuff they promote, unless you're prepared to brownnose and feel like a frat bro.
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  • Supportive environment
  • Ability to meet personal goals
  • Feeling of personal appreciation

Satisfactory place to work

Career path here is very straighforward. Put in the work and you will get rewarded with a promotion. You wear a lot of hats in the business operation but are trained adequately to work your role. Management training program is between 9-12 months and you can move up quick when you qualify for a promotion.
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Hard and Long hours

A typical day at enterprise consist of a 11 hour work day with a 1 hour lunch break. You then have to consistently deal with upset customers that management will let run over you and degrade you as if you had personally offended them.


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Fun place to work

Has its ups and downs like any job but if you put in the work and have the right mindset you’ll be very successful. My only real complaint is just the work life balance
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Great coworkers, always understaffed

Work/life balance = non-existent Management = does not care about staffMTs run the business and when asked management for help, rarely actually assists with any issues unless brought to higher ups attention.


Free lunches on Fridays
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Manager and

Fun and great environment. Stressful at time but can be managed as long as you have staff and support. Be sure to communicate effectively with your team members
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It has been a great experience that offers new and unique, challenges and opportunities.

What is the best part of working at the company?As an Enterprise Part-Time & Full-Time Driver, based in Los Angeles County, I was able to drive vehicles from most automobile manufacturers, in all automotive classes, from economy to luxury. I deliver and pick up vehicles to/from rental branches, automobile auction lots, and car dealerships.Vehicles were brand new, or with up to 60,000 to 80,000 miles.Although I grew up in Southern California, there were many parts of Southern California that I had never visited, because I had no reason to visit there. As an Enterprise Part-Time & Full-Time Driver, I visited Palmdale, Lancaster, Edwards AFB, Temecula, and Hemet just to name a few. I have driven vehicles to multiple Southern California counties. Including Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, and San Diego.It has been a great experience.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?The most stressful thing is driving in California traffic. But as long as you can focus on the job at hand, and defensive driving, it is very manageable.What is the work environment and culture like at the company?I have met several wonderful people. A large percentage of them were retired from other careers.What is a typical day like for you at the company?It can change from day to day. You don't know where you will be driving to, until you get to work and receive your manifest. I actually liking that, because it reduces the monotony.
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Do not work here waste of time

Work is definitely not worth the pay. They will play you to work for them while they pay you very little and have you wash cars in the heat. The corporate culture is very toxic and fake. The only way to move up is if you let them mistreat you for years until finally higher positions open up. No raises until then. Interns get $16/hr while doing the same work as Manager Trainees/MA making $19.70/hr all the while you are upselling and renting their cars for over $500/ticket. The Upper management makes hundred of thousands a year while you’re stuck working hourly with your hard earned degree dealing with upset customers (outside in the Texas heat)because the company cannot provide a set stock of vehicles. When they say you are your own boss it’s because they will leave you to fend for yourself.


Fun holidays where they give treats


Micromanaging, against self development, no trust.
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Long hours political work place

I found that this job is a great way to build a resume but the attitudes and lack of communication and compassion from upper management makes it difficult to want to come to work everyday. They tell you "our doors are always open" and then actively miscommunicate on a daily basis. Upper management is completely disconnected from their employees
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Soooo many hours

Only recommended for 5-6 years. No matter how hard you work or even if you are over the goals they have…if your GRM doesn’t like you or you are a good person that has results but you are never mad to the team…it’s over…no matter how high you want to be
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Fast paced and fun atmosphere but long work weeks

Enterprise is a great first gig out of college. You will be working with people your age and will make a lot of new friends. The work can be fulfilling at times and the pay is ok but your pay plan is based on a 50 hour work week. There is room for advancement in the company if you are great at sales and customer service but be willing to work 60+ hour weeks.
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Decent work and some good coworkers, obnoxious corporate culture and bad pay.

Any company that pays minimum wage to its bottom workers is admitting they'd pay you less if they legally could. The fact that workers in Texas make less than me for the same work is disgusting, at the very least we should all be paid the same as the highest minimum wage, e.g. California.There are good people here as with any company but the higher ups are very obnoxious with the "Enterprise family" junk, which is never true and never will be. A company cannot be a family because they'd fire you in a heartbeat if they find a cheaper alternative.The benefits are somewhat expensive compared to other places I've worked, with 10% of my pre-tax pay going to insurance and the insurance only covering routine checkups. Even x-rays are charged at 20% coinsurance. For minimum wage they could at least get a plan that covers more. Or just socialize healthcare like literally every other civilized nation.


Simple work (not easy, simple.). Decent coworkers. Regular paid lunches, at least every fortnight. As a driver, a lot of time alone.


Expensive benefits, not great pay, overbearing corporate culture.
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Learning experience.

What is the best part of working at the company?The job duties and the learning experience if your a self learner. Benefits and carrental discounts.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Working with one of the supervisor, she very deceiving and tries to win your friendship to make you go against the other managers.What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Do as you please or do what you want. NO supervision.What is a typical day like for you at the company?Frustrated and tense because shhe does not no what's her duties are.
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Great culture

Excellent upper management. For such a large company it feels very close knit. Work day is long which can be tough especially with a family. Promotion generally requires relocation which can be a challenge.
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Great so far

What is the best part of working at the company?Great co-workers and the option to take your lunch break or stay on the clock What is the most stressful part about working at the company?I would say closing time do to the last minute pick up and dropoff What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Very friendly and and understanding What is a typical day like for you at the company?Meeting new people every work day
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Enterprise Mobility is a good place to work and get a career started.

A typical day included planning and dispatching/coordinating driver crews throughout the day to move cars behind the scenes to support the rental side of the business. I.E, moving cars to and from boyshops/dealerships, moving cars from branch to branch, picking up new vehicles the company purchased. Enterprise assisted me in learning what it takes to manage and lead a group of people in the workplace. Workplace culture is more on the relaxed side, which helps not feel as stressed when they workload seems overwhelming. The hardest part of the job is sometimes having to deal with new managers that have micro-management style.The most enjoyable part about this role was the coworkers I had the pleasure of working with. You also can opt to have a company car once you become a Level 2


Good benefits, a good work life balance, enjoyed the people I was able to work with.


Your career path can be heavily dependent on who your manager is, the managers usually move around a lot with promotions as well, so you'll have multiple managers with various managing styles in your career, If you choose to leave the daily rental side of the business and transfer to a different department, there's not many options for career advancement after you become a level 2.
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Good with bad management

What is the best part of working at the company?Weekends off, work at your own paceWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?The so called bosses up front want you to do to much and when you don't, they are backstabbers who run to HR What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Good if they had the right people in charge of thingsWhat is a typical day like for you at the company?Cleaning, washing, go pick up people, go drop off people, go pick up cars, go drop off cars
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Stressful, woke, guilty until proven innocent.

What is the best part of working at the company?The weekend. I'm off. There's one driver that is an entitled rat. Rattles on everyone. What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Being in a van for 8 hours with an entitled crybaby.What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Stressful. Because one driver and all of her drama.What is a typical day like for you at the company?I drive cars from 8 to 4. Moving them from one place to the other. Hoping my contact with miss pity party is minimal.
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Pretty relaxed and flexible environment but not much advancement opportunities

Unless you have a degree there isn’t much room to move up. Always short staffed and very corporate environment. Culture is pretty good, though focused mostly on upper management. Sometimes feel uninclusive due to seniority.


Flexible work with opportunities to take care of home life


No advancement opportunities, below average pay
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They had a putting green.

What is the best part of working at the company?Great people to have worked with for just over 7 years !Customer driver or other non labor position.What is the most stressful part about working at the company?xNo Stressful times. Iretired after my in home accident. N eed to work.What is the work environment and culture like at the company?Interesting, pleasant useful in for other fields.What is a typical day like for you at the company?Picked up customers at their homes or drove them home. At my manager’s request I went on errands for the unit.
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Based on 11,182 reviews

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2.9 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.3 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
3.4 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.4 out of 5 stars for Management
3.4 out of 5 stars for Culture

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