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What is the work environment and culture like at The Hertz Corporation?

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Kiss your personal life goodbye. You are solid the dream in the interview that you will be totally empowered and will move up the management chain fast. BWI is constantly understaffed and managers are treated like livestock. 50 hour work week never happens due to the constant understaffing. They use vendors that are incompetent and create even more work fixing their errors.

They tell you that you can take a car home as a benefit. Good luck getting anything you slightly like due to high utilization. Yet Directors will always have their choice. Directors spend their days barking on the walkie, sending you nasty emails about accountability and blowing your personal phone up with pointless text messages. Never coming out of their offices to simply lend a hand and pitch in.

If you have any sort of health issue, family emergency or something in your personal life happen. Be prepared for the directors to turn a deaf ear on you. All they care about is hitting their metrics and their bonuses. No matter the cost to their employees.

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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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Hertz in Nashville is the worst scam artist in America never work there or rent from them

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Unfriendly, workers were always using profanity. no professionalism.

Answered - Courtesy Bus Driver (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA

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If you have a family spend as much time as you can with them now. Once you start working for this company you can kiss your home life goodbye. They work you long hours and will mandate overtime so you cant leave.

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Very bad company to work for. They don’t care about anything but upsetting insurance and cars

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I hope it is a company also a good adimenistiration friendly with employee

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Its full of confusion. The management are sneaky and cut throat..disorderly conduct is an all time high. Profanity..employees are undermining one another most of the time.

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Ok, clean fast paste

Answered - Car Prep (Former Employee) - Jackson, MS

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Under staff drivers have to use vsa's and favoritism from the location manager 2 and nothing changes after he came back from lax

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