Not the greatest job for long term, but great for short term.
VSA (Former Employee) – Enfield, NS – 4 February 2017
During my 2.5 years with the company I've learned that there is little-to-no room for advancement in the company, especially from the position I was in. I requested numerous times to be tried for other positions, and was told I would be. When push came to shove, nothing came out of it, and I wasn't even given the opportunity to attempt other positions. Pay per hour is low, but, there are benefits included with the job after 3 months. They will hire on a few members for the summer, but let them go after 2.5 months, no warning or anything. Just be careful.
Human Resources Business Partner (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 April 2017
While I enjoyed my job at Hertz, there is a consistent culture of fear. They seem to terminate people without cause on a regular basis. People are constantly on edge, as employees with up to 30 years of service are regularly let go without reason.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Moncton, NB – 3 January 2017
Great Staff horrible hours pay is minimum wage and you have to work really hard to get bouns get along great with some customers and others are a nightmare .. Great Benifits but have to work full time hours to get .
hertz was a good place to work though it could be hectic
rental agent (Former Employee) – St Thomas, VI – 27 December 2016
I enjoyed working with hertz because it was just a small staff that worked well together. I would be at work 6 days a week cleaning cars and delivering them to clients at local factories plus walk ins. though sometimes hectic it allowed me to work at my leisure most days and I loved working with the public.
good work eviroment
split shift days work from 7am to 11am return at 3pm til close
Vehicle Service Attendant (Current Employee) – Dorval, QC – 27 October 2016
Typical day at work would be, getting in a car and bringing it to the gas pump, fulling the car with gas, then clean the interior, once finished the interior move on the the exterior and the run it through the car wash and park it and repeat. sometime have to drop and pick up cars at the air-port aka "tripping"
Heavy Duty Diesel Technician (Former Employee) – foster creek – 5 October 2016
Great company to work with BUT some people do not work at all..Some workers bribe boss so they do not have to work and do not follow rules.otherwise if it wasnt for these type of people it was a great place to work.
Tripper (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 26 June 2016
Too many things to say, but I am not a part of management, so its none of my business. As a tripper, I drive clean cars from distribution to airport and bring back the dirty ones to distribution. It is an easy job and fun to work.
Customer Service Rep in January 2014 (Current Employee) – Billy bishop Airpirt – 5 June 2016
Hertz has provided me with work security and good benefits the 3 years I have been working there. I have no problem with the workplace or how they run things, I have just outgrown the job and am currently looking to get into my field.
Shipping/Receiving PartsSupport (Former Employee) – Edmonton – 1 June 2016
My manager was a great person, In my position I dealt with the mechanics , ordering and receiving parts from the vendors. As well as arranging shipping of the products. Most of the time every one was fun to be around
Territory Manager (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 19 April 2016
I couldn't ask for better management and employees. I was responsible for dealing with customer sales, customer rejections and signing new prospects. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the slow winter months. I am a person who needs to stay focused and busy year round, which unfortunately led to me leaving the company. I enjoyed the new challenges presented daily, as no two days were the same. Creative thinking is a must, as no two customer issues were ever the same. Very positive experience.
Meeting new people, facing new challenges
Very slow winter months, comparable to being laid off
High quality performance to produce outstanding results
Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto Pearson International Airport, ON – 11 April 2016
Supporting achievement of location sales and margin goals Ensuring positive customer experience, making Hertz #1 in car rental company experience Achieving individual sales goals and customer service goals Growing sales utilizing business-to-business sales tactics Upholding company standards by ensuring cars are presentable to customers Clean and service facilities/vehicles to ensure customer satisfaction I am responsible for managing a unionized and/or non-unionized workforce delivering quality customer service, increasing sales and revenue, scheduling adequate staff coverage, handling customer issues and requests, and training new personnel. Scheduling and payroll on a weekly bases.