Enterprise Rent-A-Car – Las Cruces, NM
Our interns go at a highly energized pace. From day one as a paid intern with Enterprise, you'll learn what it takes to run a successful business and… Enterprise Rent-A-Car
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I worked at Enterprise Rent-A-CarPros
- If you didn't have a work ethic before, you'll have one by the end or you won't last long.
- I was there for 3+ years and finished as a successful branch manager, it opened doors for me in other companies.
- There is plenty of room for career development within the company, IF you are willing to play the gameCons
- I was working 65 hour weeks by the time I finished, despite their corporate drivel their business model doesn't care for work/life balance. It takes over your evenings and weekends and it's not uncommon to work 12-15 hour days. If you don't graft you will not progress.
- The pay is terrible up until branch manager, considering the responsibility and work load expected of you.
- All the training you receive is in-house and very specific to the company. Convincing other organizations that the training is relevant to them is tricky (from the view point of moving jobs)
- Some of the KPI's are way out of your control, and depending on your regional policy, you could see deductions from your commission.
- They try to operate an accountability and performance management culture, however that culture should go both ways, and you see very little praise and recognition. They use it mainly to push employees they see as weak or troublesome into quitting.Advice to ManagementAdvice
It's a problem that starts at a high level. They don't supply the top level managers with the tools and proper training to create a working environment that's pleasant to be in.
Immediate management can be supportive, but it's truly pot luck. If they are supportive and good at their job it's because of their personality traits rather than any training provided by the company.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO