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Project Manager Operations

Hertz Corporation Bonita Springs, FL

Job Title: Project Manager, Operations: reports to the Director, Project Management Office HERC… Hertz Corporation

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Hertz President and CEO John Tague
John Tague
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    A great company but with a curable form of cancer

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    Current Employee - Mid Management At Headquarters in Estero, FL
    Current Employee - Mid Management At Headquarters in Estero, FL

    I have been working at Hertz full-time (more than a year)


    Hertz is an iconic brand in the car rental industry long admired by customers and other car rental peers. As a mid management employee, I have come across great employees in front line and even at headquarters that truly care about their company. Hertz has a great potential to be a world class leader.


    This company has been suffering from a terrible form of "cancer" since many years ago. These "cancer cells" embedded within the company have led to results that finally became visible to customers, shareholders and employees. Just read the news and review the various SEC filings. As a relatively new employee (1 year) I feel embarrassed to work here after working for two other Fortune 500 companies world class leaders in their industry segments. Imagine how it felt joining Hertz and finding a team of bandits running your company, our poor customers experiencing long lines to get a dirty old vehicle, our shareholders unable to get real financial statements and employees having their retirement benefits diminished....and your car rental peers look at you at industry meetings like a wounded dog. I'm happy that we are starting to see changes from the top down and new cars joining the fleet. But there is a tremendous work ahead to get rid of the remaining "cancer cells" within the company and repair the significant damage left behind. I believe this company will have a rough time the next 12 to 18 months before it starts to get any better.

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    My advice to the new CEO and Board members is to quickly diagnose the problematic areas within your management team and get rid of them fast. Most of those associated with the old Mark Frissora regime needs to go. Some old timer employees from the Park Ridge team are also cancer cells poisoning many of the new talented employees you have hired in Florida. They resist change and are holding back the company with 1980s mindset. Just as you plan to invest in the new fleet, there needs to be a balanced approach to invest in new integrated IT systems and employees. Implement 360 feedback reviews urgently for everyone in the company to create "heat maps" of your problem areas. We are hungry for leadership, business strategy, and creating a unified team across the company. We want to help you succeed but we need you to listen and care. There is still time to kill the cancer and emerge from this disease as a world class leader in the car rental industry. Good luck Mr. Tague and you have my support to make OUR company the greatest. I have been ready since day 1 to roll up my sleeves and get to work to fix this place!

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