Thread regarding Hertz layoffs

There is always a risk

I left last year and was scared to death that I made the wrong decision. Now I realize I was lucky to find a good company that is growing and I seem to be fitting in perfectly. If you think Hertz is toxic and you want to leave then start looking. If you’re not happy don’t wait around hoping for the company to change. Reading this forum it only seems to be getting worse. There’s always a risk of changing jobs, but you will gain new experiences with a new employer and you may count yourself blessed to make that move.

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So very sad to hear. Denver used to be an awesome and fun place because of one factor, the people. Now virtually all of the experienced folks who maintained our very loyal customer base have been let go. I would be very interested to hear from my former Denver regular customers (if they're even still using Hertz). Hertz has become the McDonald's of the rental car business.

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Denver is the worst. Managers do nothing all day long. No cars, but managers always have the best ones for weeks on end. Region Management here is a joke, literally just sit in the ivory tower and look down on their subjects. Customers are angry, employee's are angry and no one cares.

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I guess for some its a matter of reaching the final point where they cannot handle the toxic leadership. The thinking is well it is not impacting my role or me so I can deal with it. But eventually it will. Somewhere down the line you will be marked as a non team player. The favoritism will continue and incompetence will continue to be rewarded. No better example than in Denver. Those who truly cared are gone and left are those sucking up to you know who.

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