Thread regarding Hertz layoffs

How is Hertz doing?

I was laid off a year and a half ago and I was resentful for so long, but now that I finally have a new job that is better in every way (pay, benefits, work environment) I can look at the past objectively. I hope things have improved for the people still working there. I think the company was making at least some good moves after the dust has settled - for one, the same person who led the company into bankruptcy is no longer leading it. I am curious how the shift affected employees? Any positive changes?

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Same ugly leaders with no clue about operations. They still don't realize their visit to our sites mean nothing. Staffing worse than ever and no fleet to be had. No surprise United balled and jumped on the Avis bandwagon. One good thing when Hertz filed for bankruptcy I knew they would never bounce back in the eyes of the corporate traveler. Loaded up on Avis stock below $20 check out their stock price now.

Post ID: @iwnn+1dIDkLqa

Where to begin. Only managers have a seen significant difference in their lives. They all got raises and are seen less in the operation then ever. We attempt to hire front line workers for $11 dollars an hour, not happening. The cars are cr-p too. We get yelled all day long about how much they are paying to drive a piece of ____. We can't get new equipment, and it does not matter what it is, car wash parts, computers, printers; pretty soon it will be back to using stone tablets. And yes the zone VP's are still a joke. So really it is new names doing the same old stuff.

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