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30+ days ago

Driver CDL A

United Rentals Humble, TX

") consistent with DOT classification CDL-A, maintaining a driver log and… United Rentals


30+ days ago

CDL Driver - Class A

United Rentals Atlanta, GA +50 locations

") consistent with DOT classification CDL-A, maintaining a driver log and… United Rentals


30+ days ago

Driver CDL A - Trench Safety

United Rentals Baltimore, MD +5 locations

and trailers (“rollbacks” or dovetails”)consistent with DOT classification CDL-A, maintaining… United Rentals


26 days ago

Driver CDL A- Power/HVAC

United Rentals La Porte, TX

") consistent with DOT classification CDL-A, maintaining a driver log and… United Rentals


3 days ago

Tractor Trailer Driver

United Rentals Franklin, TN

") consistent with DOT classification CDL-A, maintaining a driver log and… United Rentals


30+ days ago

Service Tech I

United Rentals Cortlandt Manor, NY

") consistent with DOT classification CDL-A, maintaining a driver log and… United Rentals


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United Rentals Reviews

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United Rentals President & CEO Michael J. Kneeland
Michael J. Kneeland
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    Going down hill fast

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Mechanic
    Current Employee - Mechanic

    I have been working at United Rentals

    Pros

    Large company with good benefits. There are a lot of good hard working people who do there jobs to the best of there abilities.

    Cons

    United rentals has become so focused on the way the company appears to stock holders and trying to get new investors by cutting costs and raising it's roca score that the equipment fleet has really gone down hill.
    Rushed inspections of equipment and the whole "if it ain't broke don't fix it" attitude toward preventive maintenance has resulted in a overwhelming number of junk being sent out on rent.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I know middle management is under pressure to achieve quotas on cost / profit but when you send a customer up in a lift (up to 185 feet) it must be done right the first time.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

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