Great experience, and a perfect way to interact with different cultures.
Lead Rental Agent (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – 1 June 2012
My job was to rent cars to business associates, locals, and tourists. I worked for a smaller office, so we didn't have the same perks as some offices located within the city. Besides renting cars, we sometimes had to pick up cars from other locations, put gas in the cars, and wash them as well. I dealt with guests who spoke and understood very little English, placing reservations for our local office as well as other desired locations, and any discrepancies regarding billing. There were only a few people that worked at this branch, so we all were able to work together. We were very close and were able to connect with each other both inside and outside of the workplace. The hardest part of the job were days when we weren't provided with the right cars for the reservations expected. It was hard to explain to people who prepaid and reserved cars months in advance that their car hasn't arrived yet, or the company couldn't provide it. The best part of the job, I believe, was meeting so many people from different states and countries, and finding out there are a lot of similarities between our cultures.
Customer Service Representative, Fort McMurray (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 12 March 2018
Great work environment with friendly staff, the training was very inclusive and made sure before you started working on the floor you knew what you were talking about, I enjoyed working in the airport terminal the most for Monday to Friday hours,
I enjoyed a lot working in Hertz Equipment Rentals.
Assistant Controller (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 March 2018
I enjoyed and learned a lot while working in the company. The management of the company is very good and culture at work place is very friendly. The hardest part of the work was to assist auditors particularly during month end when we have to do so many things with tight deadlines. Otherwise I always enjoyed the work.