Customer Sale & Services Representative (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 18 January 2019
Management Demand sales. That is very understandable and it also gives good learning experience. Challenging environment to work with and the right place where you can learn a lot. Will ad patience to your personality.
Typical sales environment that make you more skillful
Rental coordinator (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 4 January 2019
salary is good but lack of support from management when you
need them the most. no job security, politics. it has become a family club, if you're not part of it you'll suffer but if your part or friends you're ok but as soon as you turn your back they will talk.
Management Trainee (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 8 November 2018
I have worked all over Canada with amazing experiences and co-workers but working with Hertz in Burnaby(North) has been a very bad experience. It's not at all a managemt trainee job. It's a sales Job where you are selling scams. Secondly, the worst bunch of co-workers I have ever worked with. Snobbish and bossy attitudes for no reason at all. Secondly, you are not at all appreciated for the amount of hard work you have put in. Rather there will be 10 fingers pointing at you for a single mistake even when you have only finished a month and half or so. Lot of politics and groupism at work. The worst work culture I've ever experienced. People working in the same positions act as if they own you for being a new joinee for no reason. Its a workplace where people will step on you, to go ahead something that I had never experienced in Canada before.
Good work environment when we had vehicles available to rent.
Counter Service Representative (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 16 October 2018
In my time there, I didn't enjoy my work environment because there staff was taken over by reps in senior positions that got too comfortable with being there that they looked down on and took advantage of new staff coming in because they didn't have seniority.
Vehicle Service Attendant (Former Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 6 October 2018
I would work for Hertz again but not for the Fredericton NB location. Bad staff both of them are very nasty & you have to work every weekend with no appreciation. I would not recommend work at this spot. Also the wash bay was full of mold.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 September 2018
Union Station location is good in a way that provides it's employees with benefits within a unionization. It is a friendly environment in the sense that employees can easily talk to their managers without feeling intimidated.
BRANCH ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 17 September 2018
I covered a Maternity Leave position for 16 months and in that time I found Hertz Equipment to be a fantastic place to work; great people and a wonderful Team Environment. Everybody helped each other and I never hesitated to ask for help or ask questions as so many people took the time to listen and help me understand things I wasn't clear about or knew about (Rental questions mostly). I was told, at the end of my contract, that if they could have kept me they would have. I would recommend Hertz Equipment to anyone who was looking for a superb working environment.
Monthly BBQ's; Helpful at all times; Positive atmosphere
Journeyman heavy equipment technician (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 13 June 2018
The company is going through a culture change and restructure due to the economic climate.new ways of getting the job done with fast changes and new systems it is a challenge of course.it is the way of the future,lean and aggressive with cost cutting to get to the best for the share holders.
Remarketing Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 7 April 2018
Typically the company is not bad, however the management in my department was very bad. The hardest part of the job was being micromanaged with little or no guidance. The people working there are generally nice.
Company car including gas
Heavily taxed on car privilege and very limited Benefits, Most benefits are capped at $1000/year including dental
Upper administration and management just didn’t give they feeling that they cared about they’re employees.
VSA, Vehicle service attendant (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 23 March 2018
Started off good and seems like a good environment,but shortly later on ,At times the management would go on power trips and inforce their will. Employees opinions were held to a very low standard. Atmosphere became toxic between employees and management. Nothing was ever truly done to mend the situation.