Management expects you to be at work at least six days a week as the Agency commission is so low that you cannot afford to hire people. This role is a multi skilled role, one person doing all the jobs to run an agency
DETAILER/DRIVER/CUSTOMER SERVICE (Former Employee) – Brisbane Airport QLD – 4 February 2017
Simple, monotonous work with little advancement opportunities. Good benefits through the company for when you travel domestically or internationally. Management is hit or miss. Staff are friendly but know they are going nowhere so are generally lack luster to put hard work in. Sitting around during slow season, sweating profusely during holiday season.
We are challenged in this job to win competitions and strive to be our best to not only help ourselves but our company and the people we with and work for. Management is always there to end a hand when needed and will support in any way they can.
Vehicle Service Agent (Former Employee) – Australia – 9 May 2018
Hard working environment and hours but a great job that is pretty mindless in execution. International co workers and international customers. Fast paced environment but everyone is laid back and friendly
Driver (Former Employee) – Driver NT – 6 March 2018
My job on Avis was simple but very busy, I used to work at international airport In Perth driving dirty cars to the wash bay at Domestic airport bringing a clean ones back to the international airport.
Some great people work here but be prepared for grief due to poor management
Customer Service Agent (Current Employee) – Nsw – 24 February 2018
Interesting job, lot more to it than you think. Very poor pay for whats expected. Company has a hopeless business model. Forecasting is hopeless, too reactive, not proactive. Current manager at this location is arrogant and so far out of his depth, the place would fall apart without his staff.4 day week is awesome though. Like all service industries, some lovely customers but some who think they should be given limos and a driver...pfft.
Good people, good roster
Dreadful pay, too high expectations for the renumeration
mechanic motor (Former Employee) – Hobart TAS – 17 October 2017
very stressful no help from management , no support when needed, at times the workload was unrealistic for the number of staff , a very high turnover of staff and different Management quite often all with a different sense of direction .
A typical day at work was taking a large volume of calls in relation to car hire in Australia and overseas also took reservations for car hire via email and fax. While working in the corporate car rentals for Avis as a account manager I made numerous outbound phone calls to our corporate clients to touch base and to see if they required any additional information relating to their car hire needs. In the different roles I had at Avis I learnt how to deal with all walks of life from the holidaying customer to the corporate customer. Management at Avis was friendly and helpful. My co-workers there were great to work with. They ranged from university students who worked there to support them while studying to people who worked there as a career. This diverse range of co-worker made it an enjoyable time for me while at Avis. The hardest part of my job at Avis was having to advise customers that there were no cars available if there wasn't. The most enjoyable part of my job at Avis was the diverse range of co-workers I worked with
Vehicle Service Attendant (Former Employee) – Adelaide Airport SA – 14 June 2017
at this company I cleaned and ferried cars management at this branch were good and I enjoyed my time at this company since leaving I have refered a few people to this company who were seeking employment