I worked at Enterprise Commercial Trucks full-time (More than 8 years)
Because of the nature of the business, employees come and go, so there are always opportunities for advancement, especially with flexibility. The company is always growing, and this adds to the opportunities that you may be eligible for. Lastly, there exists a strong sense of camaraderie since climbing the ranks takes grit and perseverance--they are empathetic to each other's journeys.
Many opportunities for advancement are influenced by timing, location, personal relationships, and other considerations, not just performance. Work/life balance is a goal for the company, but has never been witnessed. Many sacrifices and efforts go unnoticed, either intentionally (to avoid compensation or promotions), or unintentionally (indifferent management).
Advice to Management
"We work hard, and we reward hard work" is a very powerful message. Follow through always. It is difficult to say that ex-employees are simply bitter about their personal circumstance when one of their reasons for leaving is they didn't feel appreciated. Its too much of a pattern for it to be a mere coincidence. Please really take care of your employees, don't just say you do. Thank you for providing me with a great experience in managing car rentals and truck rentals, and for helping thousands of recent college grads get their foot in the door into the corporate world.
I applied online. I interviewed at Enterprise Commercial Trucks (Torrance, CA) in August 2016.
there were three interviews and each one of the interviews had the same set of questions worded differently. you meet with a recruiter, then the area manager and then lastly the branch manager. the branch manager has the final say if you get the job or not and from what I have seen it is very biased based if they like you or not.... not based on qualifications.
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