My SIL worked for Enterprise right out of college and got his fill of scut work, management pressure to sell overpriced Collision Damage Waiver coverage, and angry customers. He found a novel way to "seek other opportunities" when he complained repeatedly to his dad about how much he hated the job.
His dad was a barber, who related the story of how bad Enterprise treated it's employees and customers while cutting hair. Turns out the guy in the chair was an Enterprise VP who terminated my SIL the following day.
Some haircut, eh?
Numbers is hard.
Retired in 2005 at age 58, no pension