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The environment at my branch is awesome! The manager is great and tries their best to get everyone equal hours with ample heads up time before a shift. The other transporters are great people as well and we all get along pretty well. Good pay for the easy work of just delivering cars

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Hours here are great! It's kind of an on call position so make sure you're fairly free, and I work anywhere from 3-7 hours per shift. Not allowed more than 29 hours a week

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With manager and assistant manger of local office and also an phone interview process

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Yes it does pay weekly I have proof and I work at a location in dfw

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Paid by the hour and it's $13 with full time plus overtime as well. I just came from interview for the midway airport location

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Take vacation before the year is over

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I was told to go to local urgent care facility that does escreen testing (chosen by them) for a pre-employment urine test. Hertz recruiter got test results back the same day. Its a basic non-dot urine check, 10 panel i believe for non-dot. Process was better than i thought

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Yes Hertz is a felon friendly company. It depends on what state your are applying in but in most states Hertz only goes back 7 years for the background check They figure after you get out of jail or prison they want to see if you can stay clean and out of trouble for 7 years and then they give you a chance plus they also want to see what you have done since you got out of jail. Like me for example I was convicted of a felony in 2010 and since then I have stayed out of trouble and even graduated college in 2016 plus had a stable job for 3 plus years since then and I just got hired on this week

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My approarch to my job at Vehicle Control was more customer service than they approved of. Doing what I felt was right for the company and the customers made it difficult to make my minimum call requirements.
The micro management got to be insane. High expectations without knowing if or when you would get a raise.

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Can't speak for all departments but reservationists get paid weekly.

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