Vehicle Detailer (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 15 August 2017
place has bad management that only care about customer satisfaction.
pay is too low for the nature of what they expect done.
during slow times management are looking for any reason to fire you.
no diversity in the work place and too much favoritism to the people that come from the same country as the production manager, and the sales manager is a typical redneck who could care less and think he is the owner of the place
Learning and Development Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 July 2017
Responding to questions from the various locations regarding policies and procedures. Effective communication and time management is critical to a successful day. Incorporated their Mission, Vision and Values in their programs and how they conduct business Supported a workplace that valued and respected people from diverse backgrounds.
I loved working there for the time that my hiring manager was still employed. He made the work place wonderful and knew the boundaries between friend and supervisor. The rest of the company once he was gone was very greedy and always wanting more sales I quit once he was fired and don't regret it one bit.
Layer back experience if shuttling vehicles but the washbay is hectic because of high volume of washes to be done. Facility is good though and people are friendly with good hours to work. Salary is poor because of basic skill needed to gain employment.
Night Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 3 February 2017
Retrieving cars from customers who were delinquent in their payments. • Inspected cleanliness of vehicles city wide using the Blueprint cleaning system. • Training employees to be proficient in their assigned tasks. • Distributing cars from primary service center to various other locations
Airport Representative (Former Employee) – Sault Ste. Marie – 24 October 2016
This job alllowed me to learn excellent customer service skills.
The hours were not good and I often didnt get home until after the last flight which was delayed most of the time. You were scheduled and paid for 3 to 11, but you often didnt get home until 1 or 2 am. There were no benefits other than discount off of car rentals.
Manager (Current Employee) – Jasper, AB – 11 October 2016
My location was very busy place in the summer and it made work hours insanely long. The job its self is very fulfilling when a day is done when you know how hard you worked to accomplish what needed to be done that day.
Management was okay, helped us out when needed. That being said, also left us in the dark about things because we were such a remote location.
Co-Workers were great all the years I worked for the company. Wouldn't mind working for Avis again underneath a Agency/Licencee and not for corporate.