Branch Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 April 2017
Enterprise provides you with a great opportunity to develop your sales, leadership and management skills. It provides you with immense opportunity to advance your career quickly and with limited boundaries. It does require a high level of commitment to the operation and the hours. You may come across many difficult situations as you are the front line dealing with customers day in and day out. I have learned an immense amount in a short period of time, many skills I will utilize wherever my career may take me.
Huge earning potential, great work environment, the employees
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Swift Current, SK – 3 November 2016
Don't even think about starting with this company. Answering phones, Cleaning vehicles in a white shirt & dress pants, Tending to customers, Management are just a bunch of back stabbers. Billion dollar company & they pay there employees 13.00 a HR. A complete joke.
Service Agent (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 24 October 2016
Typical day used to be busy and it was customer related work setup so every day new faces with new experience,manager and coworkers are all friendly the hardest part of the job was getting into the frozen cars in winter but in summer its fun and enjoyable.
Assistant Branch Manager (Current Employee) – Moncton, NB – 19 October 2016
Yes, the hours are long and sometimes you have to clean cars in your best dress clothes but it's worth it at the end of the day. The relationships you build with Enterprise will last a life time.
Management is positive and usually available to you with little notice. The hardest part of the job is fleet management. Getting enough cars to service all your needs can be challenging but it's part of the industry. Sometimes hotels sell out too when they could have taken 100 more room bookings.
The best part of the job is the people.
Team building outings, bi-annual meetings, freedom
Chauffeur (Current Employee) – Montréal-Ouest, QC – 19 October 2016
This job is is best suited for retired drivers with a pension as it is only 30 to 35 hours a week and paid only minimum wage.I f you are looking for something to do with your spare time as well as make a little money and you like to drive in Montreal and surrounding area this job may be for you.
Management Trainee (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 October 2016
A typical day at work, As a team we rent cars to about 40-90 customers a day depending on how busy the day is. However, It's not just about renting cars. We try our best to deliver great customer service to each and everyone of our customers. Great customer service keeps our customers coming back to our office, teamwork is very important when running a business/office, and great things happen when I listen to those I work with and customers. Hardest part would be the fact that there is not much work/life balance working for Enterprise. The hours are usually 12 hr shifts monday-friday and 8 hour shifts on the weekend. Just might have Sundays off depending on that particular office. The most enjoyable part is the people I work with. I've worked at 5 different location with Enterprise, and I loved every last one of my coworkers and managers. I notice, everyone who works and has worked for Enterprise are down to earth.
Human Resources Coordinator (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 October 2016
This is not a career that anything is handed to you. Part of the belief with Enterprise is that "We work hard, and we reward hard work". This is true!
It is very long hours BUT if you are good at sales and have a teachable attitude you will be promoted. As well, the nature of who Enterprise hires with its MT Program are recent grads. Everyone is basically the same age and have similar interests. The company provides monthly paid outings to reward staff for their hard work and commitment. Also, because of the MT Program and promoting all from within - whatever stage I was at, I had supportive Managers that had been in my shoes at one point and understood my struggles, coached me and helped me to move forward.
I learned a lot about sales & customer service, Human Resources in a Coordinator position I had been promoted to, and loved working in the team environment.
The reason I gave it a 3/5 is that it is a great place to start a career - but it is not for everyone. It may feel in the beginning that you are giving your life to Enterprise - but on the flip side it is one big family. You will meet life long friends that are supportive of you and your career advancements.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Whitby, ON – 30 September 2016
-great place to work with a strong team environment -work with people of a similar age -only promote from within -lots of ability to move up in the company -many company hosted events -really long hours of work
move up quickly, team environment, fun place to work
Interesting job that you have the chance to drive many brand new vehicles!
Service Agent (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 29 September 2016
Cleaning vehicles in a very fast step sometimes, the colleagues are very young and interesting, you could drive many different kinds of vehicles everyday. But the salary is not very competitive compared with the other service job. But it taught me a lot as a new immigrant in Canada.
Interesting job that you have the chance to drive many brand new vehicles!
As a part time job, the schedule is not very flexible. But you could make shifts with you colleagues.
Service Agent (Current Employee) – 700 Bay Street West – 28 September 2016
More traveling for an employee without vehicle Could learn how to clean vehicles properly Management can be a bit ruthless but finally, the job is done well My co-workers are nice and know the workplace quite well Cleaning the entire car filled with wet mud is the hardest part of the job The most enjoyable part of the job is when you get to drive vehicles across Ontario
Driving different vehicles and discount for every agent
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – British Columbia – 28 September 2016
Overall career path is very structured and organized. Employees really do know what is asked of them and how to advance. The long hours does catch up to you and there is something called burnout that can occur.
car prep (Former Employee) – Toronto billy bishop – 18 September 2016
well i liked it was fun i had a good staff while i was working for them.It was easy fun simply but steady at time.the best part i liked that i get to drive brand new vehicles get them ready to rent. no rush just kept it easy and did it on my own speed.
Great at helping you become a Leader. Motivational and Challenging
Branch Manager (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 23 August 2016
Employed at Enterprise you really learn how to operate a business, inside and out. You learn skills that mostly tap into business development (marketing plans and sales), HR training and hiring, Revenue Management, Risk Management and Accounting(accounts receivable and cost control). I learned how to empower myself, and make critical decisions based on new situations you are faced with everyday. You become a better manager just by managing daily duties, working with a team, and molding colleagues to become the best at what they do. You achieve satisfaction from getting your colleagues promoted. Your co-workers enjoy being around you as they go through challenges together with you, sharing different experiences. But you also learn a lot more, like how to communicate professionally, lead a conversation, and drive success. The hardest part of the day can sometimes be the long hours, and rigorous winter conditions, but everyday brings new things to tackle which continue to make it interesting.
Forming great teams, driving success, and growing.