Hertz Jobs & Careers in Chicago, IL

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23 hrs ago

Branch Manager Trainee – new

Hertz Corporation Chicago, IL +7 locations

The Hertz program provides a clearly defined career path to a Branch Manager in as little as 12-18 months! Our promotions don’t stop there; our top… Hertz Corporation

19 days ago

Maintenance (Mechanics) Supervisor (Midway Airport)

Hertz Corporation Chicago, IL

• Complex problem solving skills; proven ability to solve problems independently… Hertz Corporation

30+ days ago

Bus Mechanic

Hertz Corporation Chicago, IL

include electrical troubleshooting, oil changes, air brake and suspension service, air conditioning services, and performing preventative… Hertz Corporation

30+ days ago

Sales and Operations Trainee

Hertz Corporation Chicago, IL +2 locations

include.. • Answer customer calls and concerns • Schedule delivery and pick up of equipment • Maximize sales revenue for branch through… Hertz Corporation

30+ days ago

Part-Time Vehicle Service Attn/Car Detailers - O'Hare Airport

Hertz Corporation Chicago, IL

Candidate must have a clean driving record and possess a valid US driver's license. This is an hourly paid position and pay is based on current… Hertz Corporation

30+ days ago

Car Cleaner / Vehicle Service Attn - Full Time (O'Hare Airport)

Hertz Corporation Chicago, IL

• Check vehicle status. (rentable/non-rentable) • Ensure interior of… Hertz Corporation

30+ days ago

Car Sales Representative

Hertz Corporation Chicago, IL

Hertz Car Sales is one of the fastest growing dealer groups in the country. Our rapid growth is fueled by large volume selling of the Hertz fleet… Hertz Corporation

8 days ago

Location Manager I (O'Hare Airport)

Hertz Corporation Chicago, IL

. If you are searching for new challenges and rewards, Hertz offers exciting career opportunities to get you to the next level and beyond. As a… Hertz Corporation

30+ days ago

Marketing Representative

Hertz Corporation Chicago, IL +2 locations

Since 1965, we have provided rental equipment and services for commercial and government applications, including housing, industrial plants and… Hertz Corporation

30+ days ago

Courtesy Bus Driver (O'Hare Airport)

Hertz Corporation Chicago, IL

and accountabilities are: • Provide timely shuttle service to customers to/from airport terminal to Hertz facility, in compliance with Hertz’s… Hertz Corporation

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    Stress-filled due to lack of supply, pressure to sell, customers

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    Former Employee - Branch Manager Trainee in Chicago, IL (US)
    Former Employee - Branch Manager Trainee in Chicago, IL (US)

    I worked at Hertz full-time (less than a year)


    The number one benefit to working at Hertz is the hours. I regularly pulled in 60 hours a week.

    My manager also gave me an excellent rate when I needed to rent a car, but that's because he was awesome. The co-worker my branch got towards the end of my tenure was equally awesome, but unfortunately I only worked with him for a short time. Area manager was okay.

    There was a pretty good tuition reimbursement benefit that I did not get to use. If I recall correctly, it was ~$4k/yr, with the condition that you continue working for Hertz for some time (a year?).

    Lastly, the interim CEO seemed to be making some great changes (e.g., buying more cars).


    Lack of inventory
    -Hertz recently landed a contract with a large insurance company to be their preferred rental provider (i.e., Hertz is making headway into the insurance replacement market). Hertz did not buy enough cars to meet this extra demand.
    -Inventory was also old and junky. I consistently rented 40k+ mileage cars, and 60k was not rare either! Customers don't like this. Customers get angry.

    Understaffed/Work-life balance
    -Only myself and my manager at our location, where we were expected to do 1) deliver/pickup cars for corporate accounts; 2) pickup/dropoff customers from body shops; 3) get maintenance done on cars; 4) clean cars; and 5) rent cars. I'm sure there's more we did, too. Two people was not enough.
    -Staffing also meant that I worked six days a week. Also, despite Saturdays at my location being a half day, the aforementioned responsibilities required that I come in early and stay late consistently.

    -Most customers at my location were okay. Too many were angry and entitled (probably exacerbated by the lack of inventory and staffing). I witnessed two batteries during my time at Hertz. Someone yelled at me for an hour for a decision that was completely out of my hands. I say that literally.

    -Culture is okay for the most part, but don't expect any great help from neighboring branches. Need a car? Here's a 60k junker with an intense history of smoking drivers. Also, it needs an oil change.

    -Low but manageable hourly wage.
    -Opportunity to "bonus" off of upsells and coverage sales, but must meet goals that lead to little payout.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    -Hire more people
    -Increase wages so that income is not so sales-dependent

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