Yes the job came with it's nice perks and liked the people I worked with
Meet Nailah and Martin!
Two different people who truly love what they do, which is driving a truck.
Sometimes in life, you need to think outside of the box.
When a friend suggested that Nailah attend truck driving school she stood in front of her in high heels and a dress and thought NO way was this for her. Today she happily says, “I am in a place where I don’t have to want for anything. I am happy. I don’t have bill collectors calling me…
Toward the end they started using scripts for everything if u went off script for any reason they would talk to u about it but that's it
When call volume was up and we are shorted handed
Was able to calm customer by listening to them then telling them what I could do to help them if the process was taking to long I would get customer phone number and call them back gave them my name and operator number then went to work on problem at hand
There was something new everyday and had good relationship with supervisors also thru seniority was able to pick which shift I wanted which was great
THE BEST thing about working for #Hertz is if you work off airport most hertz close at 12 on saturdays and closed on sundays.
Hertz can be great but they are quick to fire you! For the smallest things. If you get a chance to work for Hertz get ready to throw away all free time. They like to put you on salary pay you for 40 and work you 60 plus hours.
I liked working for Hertz , because the hrs are flexible , pt or ft wrk 7 days a week 365 days . The coworkers their are very nice , of all ages and race men and wemon . We watched out for each other .
This job required a valid NJ license , over age 25 . we transported cars from airports to hertz rental locations throughout N.Y. and NJ , PA . At the time it was a fast paced job , meaning we got paid by the trip not the hour . A shape is runned at the beginning of the shift , which can consist up to 100 or so people or as many as 50 . This is to place the workers in groups of 12 or less and. a lead person ( the main driver ) , dropping off or…
I decided to work for #hertz because I had worked for them for ovr 20 years part time. I was called in aas needed to move cars. About seven months ago Hertz stopped calling me, so I would call in and tell them when I was available to drive and still was
never called. This month I retired from my full time job and called Hertz and told them I retired and was able to drive anytime during the week. I was told to come in and make a trip to move cars. before I left for the job the manager called me and told me that I was dropped from the payroll and in order to get back on with Hertz I would have to reapply for an opening.