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Hertz is Hiring Work-From-Home Sales Agents — and You’ll Get a $150 Bonus
Sales jobs suck sometimes, but you might feel more in control of how much money you make.
Plus, sometimes you find companies that offer a wealth of bonuses — like Hertz.
Right now, Hertz is hiring a work-from-home sales specialist. Per the job listing, Hertz promises a $150 sign-on bonus, plus a $500 guaranteed bonus in your first month of bonus eligibility.
You can also get paid up to $1,100 in bonuses your first year.
Another “bonus”? You’re working from home!
Hertz is Filling Work-From-Home Sales Jobs
As an Express Rent sales specialist you’ll work 40 hours a week.
Hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. all week, so that’ll be the window you need to make yourself available. Overtime is possible, too.
You’ll receive a “competitive” base hourly pay, as well as all those bonuses. (I reached out about base pay and will update this article as soon as I hear back.)
As noted, you’ll be working with the Express Rent sector of Hertz. This allows customers to walk up to a kiosk at any number of locations — airport or otherwise — and select a rental car through a live video chat with a representative.
And surprise! That’s your face on the video.
Hertz is looking for someone driven by sales, as you’ll hustle to sell additional products like extended coverages, upgrades and fuel options.
You’re Qualified to Work in Sales at Hertz If…
Hertz is looking for someone who has at least a year in sales and customer service. You should be able to operate a computer and type at a decent speed.
Because you’ll be on video, you should also be able to “project a professional appearance,” as well as engage with a variety of customers.
You should understand maps and driving directions, too.
Training is approximately five weeks long and all virtual.
If you’re not into video chat or sales, our Facebook jobs page shares a ton of other opportunities.
Carson Kohler (@CarsonKohler) is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder.