Avis Budget Group Culture FAQ

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Avis Budget Group has a culture and values rating of 3.2.

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3 English questions out of 3

18 December 2020

What is the company culture like at Avis Budget Group?

Pros

Easy job, no long hours, peers are friendly

Cons

Horrible managers and leadership, poor pay, toxic culture, high-school drama.

Advice to Management

By far the worst team I’ve ever worked for. TA leadership is incompetent, shady and back-stabbing. They literally fired a manager without cause to promote another recruiter without making the job available to the greater team. Leadership doesn't communicate to their teams and they lack social skills. Company is a sinking ship, pay is lower than industry-standard and there's no consistency. DO NOT WORK HERE!

Horrible managers and leadership, poor pay, toxic culture, high

18 December 2020

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23 March 2019

How was the interview at Avis Budget Group?

Pros

Interview was relatively easy compared to other companies

Cons

The work culture was not the one I was expecting

Interview was relatively easy compared to other companies

23 March 2019

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29 September 2019

What is the hiring process like at Avis Budget Group?

Pros

The hiring process was fairly easy, being a position open to a wide spectrum of people. Like the hiring process, the job was pretty easy in its nature. In addition, some efforts were made by the management to train you relatively sufficiently for this position. The colleagues were overall very nice and helpful, improving the morale given the circumstances.

Cons

It became very clear from the first week onwards that the organization and the communication were very poor. However, what really stuck out was the severe lack of proper scheduling resulting in an extremely poor work-life balance. Lastly, while there was an opportunity for getting good commissions, under my impression, it was only achievable if you held back your transparency towards your customers.

Advice to Management

1. Improve overall communication. 2. Be present, as management was only present during the week-days - on paper. Being properly present for staff and your customers during the weekends, could lead to overall improvements to the previously mentioned managerial deficiencies. 3. Vast improvements must be made regarding the scheduling beforehand and regarding the employee's work-life balance.

The hiring process was fairly easy, being a position open to a wide spectrum of people.

29 September 2019

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