I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Hertz in October 2012.
Interview Details –
First interview was with the branch manager of the location, and it was pretty laid back. My experience was unique because I came in knowing that as long as I didnt completely butcher the interview, I had the job, as the branch manager was a mutual friend. The questions were fairly run of the mill ("describe your best customer service moment," or "how does your previous experience prepare you for this position?" I got a vibe during the interview that the place was pretty desperate for people, as they were almost trying to sell me on the job more then I was interviewing for it.
I had a follow-up interview the next day with the area manager who ended up asking the exact same questions as the branch manager the day before.
Interview Question – The most difficult question was when I was asked to describe my own personal best customer service experience. It seemed like an odd question that would be irrelevant to what I could bring to the company View Answer
Pros: Looks good on resume for experience. That's about it. – Full Review
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