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- Pareto Law scored higher in 9 areas: Overall Rating, Career Opportunities, Compensation & Benefits, Work-life balance, Senior Management, Culture & Values, CEO Approval, % Recommend to a friend and Positive Business Outlook.
What Employees Say
- "Customer service" was the most mentioned Pro at Enterprise.
- "Great culture" was the most mentioned Pro at Pareto Law.
- Enterprise had 3,592 more reviews than Pareto Law that mentioned "Long hours" as a Con.
I have been working at Enterprise full-time for less than a year
Moving from university to a full time job is a big step but with Enterprise’s management programme you are able to start straight away in a business environment with a lot of responsibility. The... first year is fully structured and mapped out in front of you, which for me was great as I knew what I was working towards. The people are great and what really makes coming to work enjoyable. From the senior management team who are more present than I’ve seen in any other company to the people you work with everyday they are all so helpful and go out their way for you. Within the year you are able to move up to a manager running businesses that have a high profit which you are paid off - this was something I have seen first hand with people being promoted after 6 if they really push themselves.
The main thing people talk about with Enterprise is the hours but at the start of anyone’s career it’s not easy so if you are willing to work a little extra and push yourself this will not be an... issue for you. Also the first year you will be in a very customer facing role so you have to enjoy helping customers to be able to succeed.
Advice to Management
My main advice is that people apply to enterprise to learn about management/ management experience and although the more time you spend with the company this is true, at the start this can sometimes... be forgotten about.