Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Enterprise Rent-A-Car
- Management Trainee (1029)
- Management Trainee Intern (87)
- Manager Trainee (77)
- Sales Management Trainee (54)
- Intern (36)
- Customer Service Representative (34)
- Manager In Training (26)
- Staff Accountant (25)
- Assistant Manager (25)
- Branch Manager (20)
- Service Agent (18)
- Enterprise Rent A Car Management Trainee (18)
- Management Assistant (15)
- Management & Sales Internship (14)
- Management Trainee Enterprise-Rent-A-Car (11)
- Manager (11)
- MT (10)
- Driver (9)
- Graduate Management Trainee (8)
- Accountant (8)
- Branch Rental Manager (8)
- Car Prep (8)
- Management Intern (7)
- Reservation Sales Representative (7)
- Summer Intern (7)
- Sales Representative (7)
- Account Executive (6)
- Administrative Assistant (6)
- PT Service Agent (6)
- Senior Customer Assistance Representative (5)
Manager Trainee Interview
I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car (Atlanta, GA) in June 2013.
I applied online for the Manager Trainee position, about a week later I received a email from the HR rep for a phone interview (it was easy). The in person interview was about three days later, it went well (I was asked for 3rd interview) which is a branch tour and interviewed by Area Manager and Branch Manager (really nice people), after leaving the branch tour I was asked for a final interview with Regional VP . The interview seemed like it went well but I was not offered the position. The VP seemed like he just did not like me from the get go, but kept a smile on his face like he did. My advice is when they ask you what was you favorite and least favorite jobs you had in the past do not answer honestly (my mistake) say something like "My favorite job was when I worked at blah blah and displayed my love of sales and provided customers with excellent service". When asked what was your least favorite "say you liked all of your jobs because they each taught you something valuable about interacting with diverse customers and working as a team" please don't say the truth like me which was "I did not like blah blah job because the work environment was unprofessional and you wanted the employees to work as a team."
Words of advice:
Dress 100% business professional, men full suit and tie (black or dark navy). Women full suit as well with button down, not nice slacks and cute shirt. (business professional, not business casual its a big difference)
Smile, smile, smile and stay upbeat and positive
Ask a lot of questions and seem engaging (ask about company culture, employee turnover, what the interviewer dislikes and likes about the company)<------ something I did for every interview except the one with the VP, because I could sense he did not like me so I forgot to do this
When ask what bad you heard about Enterprise do not say the hours, they hate that. Say you have not heard anything bad
Enterprise is a great company and I really wanted the job, but I have to stay positive and believe the VP might of had the right gut feeling and maybe its just not the place for me
Not getting the job is not the end of world
- The only tricky questions was what was your least favorite job (I repeat, its a trick question do not answer this honestly) Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Manager Trainee InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks – interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car (Atlanta, GA) in February 2011.
This was the longest interview process I have ever experienced. The thing I disliked most is the fact that despite my extensive management experience I was not offered the position due to not seeming aggressive enough. They definitely try to intimidate the job seeker and the process is not worth the pay. I would not recommend this program to others.
- How can you deliver sales? Answer Question
Manager Trainee InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceEasy InterviewNo OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took a day – interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car (Carrollton, GA) in January 2011.
I had to drive an hour away for the interview in the rain which was dreadful. The interview lasted for 40 minutes and I thought did well (was interviewed by a recruiter), but I was declined a second interview because I don’t have enough sales experienced, but I feel that he should have known that before even scheduling the interview because of my resume and cover letter. Some questions ask are listed below:
*What is your strength?
*What is your weakness?
*where do you see yourself in five years?
*Tell me a time you reach a sales goal?
- What is the difference between good customer services and excellent customer services? Answer Question
Manager Trainee InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Enterprise Rent-A-Car (Atlanta, GA) in August 2010.
Enterprise contacted me for a 1:1 interview with an HR representative which was a standard interview. Everything they told me, even answering my questions, was completely 100% scripted and most of the information was really vague. I was told to come in for a second interview on very short notice at 8 am and on the complete other side of the city. Reluctantly I agreed and spent 2 hours sitting on my butt while all the employees including the manager just goofed off. Eventually the ARM came in to interview me with the branch manager and every time I answered his questions he looked away as if there was something more important in the background which is just plain rude and distracting. Overall I must say this was the least professional interview experience I have ever had and I implore others to seek employment else where if you are looking for a real opportunity.
- Why do you see yourself working for Enterprise 1 Answer