United Rentals – Greensboro, NC
include: • For existing and new customer contractors, create shoring, shielding, and other structural support systems for site-specific trench and… United Rentals
United Rentals – Decatur, GA
will include transporting equipment for customer use, advising customers about the operation of equipment when necessary, loading and unloading… United Rentals
United Rentals – Hesperia, CA
will include: •Increase sales and branch revenue •Establishing new rental and sales accounts through cold calling and personal visits to potential… United Rentals
United Rentals – Fargo, ND
4242 Main Avenue United Rentals, the largest equipment rental company in the world, is offering an exciting opportunity for a Sales Representative… United Rentals
United Rentals – Orlando, FL
• Stays current with all technical and occupational safety laws, initiatives, and requirements by attending ongoing training and maintaining… United Rentals
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Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
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Big company. Physical working conditions are good. Pay rate is good. Overtime available if wanted. Something different every day because of variety of equipment. Never boring. Day seems to go quickly.
Policy and Procedure Bulletins are up to the discretion of management to follow up with how they want to.. Because it is written doesn't mean it needs to be followed by management. Going up the ladder with an issue, all the way to HR and believing they are listening and not getting results is very discouraging. The company pushes safety and work stoppages when an unsafe act is seen but no one listens. It seems that most of it is all talk, and United is doing it for company ratings and not the safety of the employee or customer.. United has gotten so big it seems that they have forgotten about the employee. You're just a number anymore. Because of its size United is more concerned with how its numbers look to stock holders. Because of the need to get equipment from the prep line to ready line and delivered to the customer quickly, quality is down. Customers are getting equipment that breaks down immediately and in some cases is unsafe. The customer should be the main concern and they are not anymore.
Advice to Management
Slow down. Worry about your employees and customers. Listen to your techs and drivers. We are the people dealing with customers every day with either making deliveries or doing repairs. We hear their complaints when a delivery is late because the tech was in a rush and forgot to plug it in and it wouldn't go on the trailer. Or the road tech gets a call that it was delivered and they only used it an hour and the batteries were dead for the same reason. It 's no fun making excuses to customers about equipment problems when they were rushed thru the rental check. PPB"s were written for everyone. They should be followed the same for everyone. Treat everyone equally. It's hard to respect management when they treat matters differently depending on who's involved and who they like better or had more years in the company.