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16 days ago

Shop Foreman

United Rentals Austin, TX

10300 Ih-35 North United Rentals, the largest equipment rental company in the world, is offering an excellent opportunity for a Shop Foreman ready to… United Rentals

21 days ago

Branch Manager II

United Rentals Austin, TX

The Branch Manager’s primary responsibility is to overall manage the operations to ensure productivity, customer service and profitability. This is… United Rentals

29 days ago

Driver CDL A - Trench Safety

United Rentals Austin, TX

will include dropping off and picking up equipment for customers, operating heavy construction equipment such as manual transmission semi-trucks and… United Rentals

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United Rentals President & CEO Michael J. Kneeland
Michael J. Kneeland
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    Former Employee - Sales Representative in Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Sales Representative in Austin, TX
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    If you produce results you will keep your job. Good job to have if you like weekends off and don't want any hassle when it is time to request vacation. Set work schedule so planning off work activities is easy. The benefits are decent.


    Most of the management all the way up to regional level is unaware what it really takes to grow market share in this very competitive industry. Very subpar equipment compared to most of the competitors. There is a good old boy culture that doesn't realize or understand the intelligence and needs of the current customer base. Very shady hiring and firing practices. They will hire your replacement before you know your employment is terminated. United is infested with people that produce no results and do very little on a daily basis but are still employed because they were hired when the money flowing in the door and they were able to take credit for the major economic growth. The system of general rental and aerial divisions servicing the same projects and customers is a complete mess. If you work for general rental, the aerial division IS your competitor regardless of what management tells you. The branches are hurting for fleet and are severely understaffed.

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