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Enterprise Rent-A-Car Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Jul 17, 2014

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Sales Management Trainee Interview

Sales Management Trainee

Interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Interview Details – Applied online and received an email back to set up a phone interview. Interview was basic info about resume and college education. Set up a face to face at the end of the phone interview for the following week. The questions were STAR related ones. I answered all the questions with god responses i thought and left the interview confident. I got a letter in the mail two days later saying they were pursuing other candidates.

Interview Question – Tell me about a time you dealt with a difficult customer?
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Management Trainee Interview

Management Trainee

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in May 2014.

Interview Details – The interview process start with a phone interview which tells you about the job such as pay and the hours you will be working and if you are comfortable with it. The next step to this is they will ask you to come in to their office for an interview face to face in which they will want to know more about your past experiences with working with customers. Please answer these behavioral questions with the STAR method and be thorough as possible. If you proceed from here you will be asked to come to one of the enterprise locations and you will be asked to observe the environment and work area. If I were you, and if you are truly interested in this job, do not sit down. Stand up and ask questions, talk to the customers so that you really understand the work environment. I did not make it beyond this point but the next step would be another interview with the district manager I believe. I believe the ultimate factor is that you really have to fit in with the culture of the environment.

Interview Question – Where do you see yourself in 5 years   Answer Question


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Management Trainee Interview

Management Trainee

I applied online - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in July 2014.

Interview Details – Interview process was held that the Chula Vista office. I arrived 15 minutes early and had to wait another 15 minutes in order for the recruiter to finish his prior interview. He read questions off of papers and explained the hiring process. I thought I did well but apparently failed an interview that wasn't very difficult at all.

Interview Question – Are you a competitive person?   Answer Question


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Management Trainee Interview

Management Trainee

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

Interview Details – Applied online, then had a phone interview and a face to face interview with a recruiter. Besides initially sending me a rejection email stating that I didn't meet the minimum qualifications (claimed I didn't have a College Degree, when in fact I do), and then the hiring manager missing our phone interview (I had to call an hour after it had been scheduled), pretty standard questions and process.

Interview Question – What did you do to go above and beyond to help a customer?   Answer Question


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Management Trainee Interview

Management Trainee
Fairmont, WV

I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in April 2012.

Interview Details – Phone Interview by the hiring manager for the area. If they tell you that they'll contact you then you didn't get it, they will immediately schedule you for an interview with the local office you are applying for. In Fairmont, the office was predominantly male, I actually did not see any female employees. You will be interviewed by the assistant manager, which is very casual, just some basic questions, explanation of the position, and a tour of the facility. That was followed by an interview with branch manager and regional manager. They ask you very basic interview questions but are very emotionless and hard to read. During the entire interview I felt like I had no idea how it was going, there are long pauses after you answer each question, which will make you feel like maybe you didn't say enough.

Interview Question – What do I want from this job?   View Answer


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Management Trainee Interview

Management Trainee

Interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Interview Details – Phone interview went well. Asked basic question about experience and background. Face to face interview was casual and even easier. Was told I would be recommended for the next interview but never heard back.

Interview Question – Describe a time you had to sell something. Explain Life goals.   Answer Question


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Branch Manager Interview

Branch Manager

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

Interview Details – sales sales sales. Company is sales driven I lacked experience. dont understand how they hire college grads who come out with no experience. sales is the motive im guessing thats why i didnt get it.


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Management Trainee Interview

Management Trainee
San Diego, CA

I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in June 2014.

Interview Details – It was a fast interview process, it took about two weeks all together. It was a series of three interviews, one with the recruiter, one where I observed a site for awhile and then had an interview with the site manager, and then the last one was with the area manager. They gave a lot of insight into their company and talked a lot about how competitive it was, the main premise was to beat out the other people in the company. Although I am a hard worker, I'm more motivated by working hard itself, not about how much I do compared to everyone else. And I think that's what has made me more influential and do better in past jobs. But intrinsic motivation wasn't really their gig, so at the last interview they said I lacked the competitive spirit.

Interview Question – "Are you willing to do whatever it takes to get better sales than the guy next to you?   View Answer


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Management Trainee Interview

Management Trainee
Brooklyn, NY

The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car in July 2014.

Interview Details – Applied online. Seen an advertisement on Indeed. Recieved a call from area manager about 8 days later. Brief phone interview. Asking about college degree and work experience. Was told I would be contacted for follow up interview.
Area manager called about 8 days later. She called and said she wanted to schedule an in person interview for 7 days later. She seemed a little stressed over phone second time around and background was noisy I guess as a result of July 4th holiday weekend.
Went to branch for in person interview. Business attire. Arrived early. Branch manager was off. Would interview with area manager. Spoke with assistant manger prior to interview I guess to "feel" me out. He sold me the Enterprise dream. Ie. Hardwork,Dedication,Sacrifice Etc. He was professional and passionate about how he came up through the ranks to assistant manager. Explained hours were long 7-6 everyday and company valued "hard work" aka selling additional coverage. Observed branch. Workers were pleasant but clearly understaffed. Basic retail job. Some washing cars in business attire and shoes while others rented vehicles to customers who knew complaining would get them free things.

Interview was casual and laid back About 30min. Asked a few questions from a few pieces of paper and typed. Asked behavorial type questions. Why Enterprise? Did you go above and beyond for a customer? Asked me where would I rank myself in selling additional features in relation to others in the area. Was very vague on actual job and salary. Salary is hourly and 49 hour work week is mandatory. She seemed a little uninterested and almost rushing me along. Ended with me asking her questions. Said others would be interviewing for position and I would be notified. Area manager looked under 30 and professed she would be with company forever because its so great and she put in the "hard work" aka selling upgrades. Selling the Dream to us gullible graduates. Received Generic Email 2 day later, they went with other candidates. Ok Experience but not for everyone.

Interview Question – Did I know her sister in college?   View Answer


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Management Trainee Interview

Management Trainee

Interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Interview Details – 3 Rounds. 1st is basically a meet and greet with a few BBI questions. They were pretty tough and the interviewer is not really listening but writing while you're answering the questions.

Interview Question – 3 most important aspects of every sale.   Answer Question

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