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- "good benefit and a lot of hours" (in 195 reviews)
- "Great co workers and people who care" (in 173 reviews)
- "Good Commission plus hourly if you out in the effort and know how to sell" (in 75 reviews)
- "Coworkers great and team players." (in 58 reviews)
- "Avis is a long established company with many great employees who believe in the brand and servicing their customers." (in 40 reviews)
- "Management is poor and HR is not really great" (in 201 reviews)
- "Low pay and they leave it to you to earn commission to make real money you can actually pay your bills with." (in 133 reviews)
- "Most managers do not hide their displeasure about this and tend to treat the RSA's poorly." (in 105 reviews)
- "Long hours but they do tell you that during the interview so barely a con I just had to put one" (in 90 reviews)
- "work is a bit hectic and student salaries are low" (in 76 reviews)
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- 1.0Jul 21, 2021Car AttendantFormer Employee, less than 1 yearArlington, VA
Benefits are ok but you only get 4 paid days off per year cant call out or you will accrue points. 10 points they will fire you! They dont care if you have pains or doctors notes.
You work like a slave for minimum wage outside to clean dirty car rentals, the managers do not have your back. It's a slave job! They will give you 15 minutes for a lunch break for an 8 hour shift, want you to work overtime and 7 days a week! DO NOT WORK HERE!
- 2.0Nov 3, 2011Mid-Level ManagerCurrent EmployeeParsippany, NJ
Good co-workers Immediate supervisor was supportive Benefits are better than most (as long as they don't get reduced as they did in 2008)
Soulless, greedy, non-communicative management Absence of solid professionals at top (with one exception) Promotions and huge raises for lapdogs and nitwits Number crunchers run the place and see employees as little more than possible cost cuts. Little recognition or gratitude for accomplishment or sacrifice Overpaid leadership receive millions in bonuses, while rank-and-file are told to be grateful for 2 percent annual raises.4