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30+ days ago

Management Trainee St. George (Enterprise)

Enterprise Rent-A-Car Saint George, UT

During your first year, you will actively participate in everything from sales and marketing and customer service to operations and finance. As you… Enterprise Rent-A-Car

30+ days ago

Management Trainee Summer 2015 Intern St. George (Enterprise)

Enterprise Rent-A-Car Saint George, UT

When you join our Management Internship Program, you'll acquire highly marketable… Enterprise Rent-A-Car

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Enterprise Rent-A-Car President and CEO Pamela M. (Pam) Nicholson
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    Former Employee - Branch Manager in Los Angeles, CA
    Former Employee - Branch Manager in Los Angeles, CA

    I worked at Enterprise Rent-A-Car full-time (more than 8 years)


    Enterprise is, and is repeatedly recognized as, a great company to start your career. Assuming you have a top notch management team, you will learn the basic sales process and fundamentals of running a business. There is no such thing as "tenure", so promotions are merit based and they promote from within. If you have great numbers, are mobile and willing to relocate, you can advance quickly. There are several departments and career paths to take after you succeed in the rental branches. You earn Paid-Time-Off, but need to request it at least two weeks in advance. If staffing is an issue, your request will likely be denied. The medical benefits are great, with lots of options.


    Everyone is expected to work long hours. With most employees starting directly out of college, it can be a difficult transition to work between 49-55hrs per week, usually at least 6 days. Other than small prizes for contests, the pay for Management Trainees is low, even though they are expected to generate revenue with strong sales performance. Another downside is that several locations require the employees to clean the cars themselves. Washing and vacuuming cars while wearing a suit in high temperatures can be a burden. Since Managers are paid based on the bottom line, they look to cut costs ANYWHERE they can, and this includes their car wash expense. A common complaint among employees is the terrible work-life balance, between the long hours and low pay. Meetings are held after hours, and can sometimes be followed by a mandatory happy-hour, which adds length to an already long day.

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    Consider consolidating the staff in each Area or District. Some locations are busier than others on different days and can benefit by being appropriately staffed. Rather than increase the hourly pay across the board for all MTs as low pay is a constant complaint, incentivize them for their sales. Pay a % for the additional revenue generated. Not only will this increase sales, but it will increase competition for customers whereas now, employees tend to avoid customers when they come into the office.

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