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"Takes care of employees when hard work is there."

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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

Pay, Employee support network & community outreaches

Cons

Same cons as any other sales/service driven company

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  1. "Manager Trainee, Performance Based Promotion"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I worked at Enterprise full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Decent paycheck especially if you're not documenting your hours properly. Because of the overtime, the paycheck seems decent, but watch out! They are cutting your hours as much as they can and won't always let you know. The regular trainings are pretty good because they know they have to worship you and kiss your ass to keep you! The pamper you and treat you like celebrities!

    Cons

    If you get a junk Manager (which is just average at Enterprise), they would cut your hours in the system for payroll without letting you know. Pay close attention to your paycheck! I reported this to HR (three times) and Hotline; no response back.

    They train you a lot on ethics and conflict of interest and all that good stuff. Sounds like a good company, but when you're up-selling, you better get rid of all that ethics. I had a co-worker who upgraded a customer for one car class and charged the customer $45 (when in actuality if the customer were to book for the proper car class, it would have been only $5 more). If they think you are conducting unethical behavior, you will get called in and can get fired. But there is hope! If you reach high enough, you don't have to worry about that. You can sleep around with anyone that you like, people would know about it but say nothing. You just have to wait. Some people get fired for inappropriate conducts. So, just wait till you get your spot up there. People higher up are doing inappropriate conducts, everyone knows about it, people talk about it, but no one says anything and they don't get corrected.
    When I quit, my Area Manager refused to give me all the time off that I was entitled to because he knew he wasn't going to "see my face again (his exact words!)."

    You would always run into co-workers who are picking and choosing customers to make Players Club and get their bonuses. They would do all kinds of tricks to get (rid of) the credits. If you really want to stay there, you have to get rid of your moral.

    You need to take two tests in order to qualify for your promotion. In order to take the two tests, you must have someone to help you. If they don't like you, they would not help you; you would get pushed around even when they always say that the management will and shall help those who are showing initiatives. If they like you, they will invest their time in you; if they don't like you for illogical reasons, you're just out of luck. When it comes to promotion, it's performance based. In simple terms, very political! If people don't like you, get out of there, you won't get your promotion. There are people who have been in the same spot for nearly 10 years. But if you have the patience, stick around because you will eventually get your spot. The Managers are graded on employee development and retention as well. So, after certain point, they would try hard to get you promoted! And at that point, the management work together to pass you.

    Also remember, if people are recommending you this job, it's because they get a bonus off you! Basically, the employee and recruiter makes money off you. It's an inside joke: a true friend would not recommend Enterprise to his/her friend.

    Very high turn over. If you can last there over a year, you're pretty good! The management, of course, is aware of the fact, but don't care.


  2. "greatt"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    Pros

    best people ever
    promote with in and promote based on performance
    endless opportunities
    compensation - meaning there are endless ways to make more and more and more money

    Cons

    longer hours
    retail hours due to retail like setting
    sometimes you get unhappy customers or difficult customers and get put in less than ideal situations when working with the general public

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