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30+ days ago

Transporter - HLE (HLE.Transporter - HLE..Operations.Nonex)

Hertz Corporation Lutherville, MD +4 locations

will include but are not limited to; • Transports vehicles from Hertz Local Edition offices to various locations. • Will pick-up and drop-off… Hertz Corporation


30+ days ago

Transporter

Hertz Corporation Rockville, MD

Hertz is seeking part time drivers to work on the lot at Reagan National Airport moving cars to different part of the facility. The hour needing to… Hertz Corporation


30+ days ago

Transporter - Hertz Local Edition

Hertz Corporation Bethesda, MD

will include but are not limited to: • Transports vehicles from Hertz Local Edition offices to various locations. • Will pick-up and drop-off… Hertz Corporation


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    Interesting is how I would sum up my time here...I ended up getting laid off due to lack of business.

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    Former Employee - Transporter in Baltimore, MD
    Former Employee - Transporter in Baltimore, MD

    I worked at Hertz

    Pros

    As a transporter you get to drive brand new cars around that just came off a truck from the factory. You also get to spend time with your co-workers, and if you like driving this is a fun and easy job to supplement your income.

    Cons

    As simply a transporter, I had no interest in "moving up in the company", but I could easily tell that while I was there managers were not happy at all. Senior management seems to treat everyone under them (especially transporters) like we were scum of the earth. For example, while on a valid break one day, the regional manager came in the break room and yelled at all the transporters in there demanding to know why they weren't working. They went on a hiring spree, and then had to layoff tons of us a couple years later.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat the worker-bees with the same respect that you would expect. Open the lines of communications and don't be afraid to take suggestions from people in lower positions.

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