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poor workplace
Reservations Team Representative (Former Employee) –  Aldershot, Hampshire3 September 2018
bullying and hypocrisy is the normal day to day. lack of help when dealing with mental health and bereavement,which is then held against you. would not recommend this workplace
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Welcoming and hardworking
Vehicle specialist coordinator (Former Employee) –  203 London road staines30 August 2018
I learned many skills working here such as timekeeping and teamworkingI made new friends who taught me new skills and I also helped them out in return
Pros
Free lumch
Cons
Long houra
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homebased
Customer Sales Executive (Former Employee) –  london23 August 2018
loved working for this company as it was based working from home in my own environment which allowed me at the time to work within my own comfort due to medical conditions at the time.
Pros
work from home
Cons
not that social
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Good place to work
Graduate Management Trainee (Former Employee) –  Crawley19 August 2018
If you buy into the company ethos you will go very far. Work hard play hard mentality, left for a more secure job with better wages. I would recommend to graduates not for anyone else.
Pros
Free lunches, great if you are good at sales
Cons
Long hours
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Money & Sales Hungry
Trainee Manager (Former Employee) –  Omagh, County Tyrone13 August 2018
-Sales Focused Environment.
-Very Little structure
-Tough to get Work-Life-Balance
-Often required to work overtime, for which you receive no extra pay or thanks
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fast paced, long days with good benefits and progression
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) –  Didcot11 August 2018
Over my first year with Enterprise, I've been promoted twice and had a lot of up and downs. Work life balance is non existent due to the fast paced nature of the role. If you're committed you'll never go home with basic salary which is my drive.
Pros
progression
Cons
work life balance, long hours
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fun work place
Pre Litigation Claims Handler (Current Employee) –  Aldershot, Hampshire29 July 2018
Liaising with internal and external contacts
Attended Face to face reviews with insurers
Working set projects set within deadlines
Reducing debt profiles
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Fun dependant on your team.
Branch Manager (Current Employee) –  Birmingham25 July 2018
Overall, Enterprise is a fun place to work which you can progress quickly if you are willing to put hard work in, relocate and suck up to hierarchy.

The work life balance is the hardest part of the job to manage as you are expected to work all hours under the sun. However, it can be fun in the office dependant on the team you have around you and the management approach from the hierarchy.
Pros
Good teamwork environment
Cons
Long hours, poor work life balance, often no answers to questions when posed to hierarchy
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Great progression but you will need to put in the work
Management assistant (Current Employee) –  St Pancras, Greater London15 July 2018
The company provides progression within the business as they only recruit from within and not outside, I have seen trainees to managers in 2 years if you put in the hard work. Hours can be a downside to some people as it can be 50 hours some week.
Pros
Easy progression
Cons
Long hours
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Work culture
Sales Assistant (Former Employee) –  London, Greater London13 July 2018
Enterprise is a fantastic company to work for. Although the hours are long the work culture is fun and hard work is rewarded. Typically the job role is very repetitive from day to day but if you make an effort to want to learn new things you can keep the job fun and interesting.
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Brilliant place to work with a friendly staff atmosphere
Administrative Executive (Former Employee) –  Aldershot, Hampshire6 June 2018
A great place for anyone to begin a career in customer service administration. The staff culture at enterprise especially, is fantastic and I would recommend this company as a great place for anyone looking to get on an office based ladder. Great advancement opportunities from grass roots development
Pros
Great atmosphere
Cons
Low starting pay
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Long hours but good skills
Management trainee onto Management Assistant (Current Employee) –  Bournemouth, Dorset6 June 2018
Teaches discipline work long hours for low pay.

Nice team atmosphere and you drive soms nice cars.

No work life balance.

Some work socials.

Huge focus on targets.
Pros
Team, range of tasks, field and office based
Cons
Sales, lots of calls and driving, hours
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Fun filled environment
Lead Test Engineer (Former Employee) –  Egham31 May 2018
Easily reachable teams
Fun filed people
Very easy environment to work in
Helped me to grow as Scrum Master
Gave me an opportunity as Scrum Master
Very diversed environment
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Long hours
Trainee Manager (Former Employee) –  Car, UK10 May 2018
Long hours and lack of holiday. Weekend working often required and overtime not paid. Training and customer service good, team morale strong and friendly place to work
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Great if you have no Family
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) –  South East22 April 2018
having a small child this wouldn't be the best job for you as hours are long and a lot is expected but if you have no solid commitments outside of work then they are a great for a career
Pros
progression
Cons
not family orientated
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Very Friendly and pro-employee company
Project Manager (Current Employee) –  Egham21 April 2018
A great company to work for. I have a perfect work-life balance and the management goes out of their way to make it possible.

The technology used is latest and the projects give me enough challenge to remain motivated.
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No Life
Management Trainee (Former Employee) –  Bradford, West Yorkshire20 April 2018
Expected to go above and beyond uk employment legislation to satisfy customer needs. long hours . Very target driven, no compassion for employees. Progression only for those that sacrifice everything
Pros
nothing
Cons
long hours. no lunch breaks, targets first, employee health and well being non existent
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Long Hours, poor pay, awful senior management
Management Trainee (Former Employee) –  Bristol, Bristol18 April 2018
No work/life balance, horrible working hours, terrible management.

Pay is also very poor for the amount of sacrifice you have to make. Be prepared to have to wash dirty cars in the rain while wearing your suit.

Questionable approach to employee appearance - one poor soul got sent home without pay for looking tired after working a 14 hour shift, given 5 hours of rest and then being back in for 8 am.

Management is a joke; you're either in or you're not. Senior managers will treat you with less regard than dirt.

Almost slave-like treatment of the 'Assured' service. Ethical souls avoid at all costs - they treat immigrant workers worse than animals.
Pros
none
Cons
every facet of the working day
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Proactive Fun Environment
Management Assistant (Current Employee) –  Weston-super-Mare11 April 2018
Great place to work, very friendly staff and management. Fast progression to upper management. Long hours and driving. Lots of incentives and targets.
Pros
Good bonuses, Great staff
Cons
Long hours
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Productive
Senior Database Administrator (Current Employee) –  London, Greater London4 April 2018
The organisation has productive environment. One develops and matures in the role. Quite rigid on timing of the work not so suitable for people who have need for flexible working time .
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