United Rentals Jobs & Careers in Toronto, ON

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12 days ago

Sales Representative

United Rentals Etobicoke +2 locations

will include: • Increase sales and branch revenue • Establishing new rental and sales accounts through cold calling and personal visits to potential… United Rentals

20 days ago

Sales Associate

United Rentals Etobicoke

The Sales Associate’s primary responsibility is to learn all aspects of the store’s operating procedures and sales processes by providing support… United Rentals

2 days ago

Customer Training Specialist -Trench Safety Division – new

United Rentals Bolton

13352 Coleraine Drive The Customer Training Specialist, Trench Safety Division-CA is responsible for the delivery and the field execution of… United Rentals

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United Rentals President & CEO Michael J. Kneeland
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    A great work environment, fun, challenging & rewarding.

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    Current Employee - Business Development  in  Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Current Employee - Business Development in Toronto, ON (Canada)

    I have been working at United Rentals full-time for more than a year


    UR invests heavily in its people and lets you do your job. Even though it's a massive corporation you still get the feeling that your voice is being heard. This is especially nice when it comes to being part of the strategy side of a business.


    The only down side I have experienced so far is that for a diverse company we try to use a "one size fits all" approach to running the business units.

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    My only advice ( directed to the board level ) is to not settle or promote the "one size fitsa all" mentality. While I realize we need to focus on the overall health of the company I think this can be achieved by letting the business units have some autonomy in terms of how they operate.

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