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5 days ago

Communications Manager

Zipcar Boston, MA

To learn more about Zipcar, what we do, and how we do it, visit zipcar.com. For further employment opportunities, visit… Zipcar


6 days ago

Brand Ambassador

Zipcar Philadelphia, PA

As we continue to grow our operations, we are looking for talented, passionate people with great ideas to join the family. We aim to create an… Zipcar


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Zipcar President Kaye Ceille
Kaye Ceille
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boston, MA

    I have been working at Zipcar

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Pros

    A lot of great, talented, idealistic, mostly young people who would like to transform urban living and promote the environmentally friendly sharing economy. Somewhat flexible work hours, beer in the office and a pretty great location on the seaport.

    Cons

    Hyper-paced, under staffed, under appreciated and under paid. Absolutely no in-house training, poor benefits and a lack of basic services (bathrooms!). For a company that promotes its environmentally friendly service, the only thing 'green' is the money Avis hopes to suck out of it before it runs it into the ground. Recycle? Save energy? That's someone else's responsibility. Zipcar culture was left behind in Cambridge and the mojo was lost when the core Zipsters bailed or were force out by Parsippany.

    Advice to Management

    Stop acting like you care about the Zipcar culture and actually care about the people who are the Zipcar culture, your employees. Sixty well paid and appreciated employees will outperform one hundred under paid and under appreciated employees. Focus on improving what works instead of throwing money on new initiatives that stretch the back end systems and degrade the member experience.


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