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9 days ago

Service Technician III

United Rentals Cheyenne, WY

will include the maintenance and repair of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and diesel systems on a variety of rental and customer equipment and… United Rentals


25 days ago

Inside Sales Rep

United Rentals Cheyenne, WY

will include: • Establishing new rental and sales accounts by providing exceptional customer service to call-in and walk-in customers • Processing… United Rentals


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United Rentals President & CEO Michael J. Kneeland
Michael J. Kneeland
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    Tough Work, lots of stress

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    Former Employee - Inside Sales Representative in Cheyenne, WY
    Former Employee - Inside Sales Representative in Cheyenne, WY

    I worked at United Rentals full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Lots to do all the time, great opportunity to develop relations with customers on a daily basis. Very busy constantly. Lots of opportunity to learn new things about a diverse industry. A somewhat reliable bonus program quarterly.

    Cons

    Management is in complete disarray. Supervisors have a hard time balancing being a friend or being your boss, employees are hired simply to fill a space in order to help get things done even if that employee has no business being hired. Work constantly, from dawn till dark, and then on-call on the weekends. Bonus program is great when you hit all the marks, but one of the marks relies solely on the branch manager to set the bar for the quarter. If he/she sets the bar incorrectly, you are out of the money just like that, with no chance to get that extra money back. Tons of stress on a daily basis.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Find a way to make sure your lower supervisors and branch managers actually have spines. District managers are great but are stretched too thin, especially in this region. Be concerned about quality employees who have been hired with educations. In my experience I saw the smart ones get out as soon as they could, usually with no attempt from management to hold on to them.

    Doesn't Recommend
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