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Enterprise Overview

Saint Louis, MO (US)
10000+ employees
1957
Company - Private
Car Hire
£5 to £10 billion (GBP) per year
With the world’s largest fleet of rental cars, and with over 10,000 branches and locations around the world, Enterprise Rent-A-Car can offer fantastic prospects for every employee. Founded in 1957, our business continues to thrive around the world, constantly expanding ... Read more

Glassdoor Awards

Top CEOs: 2019 (#41), 2018 (#38), 2017 (#49)


Company Updates

  • We are proud to announce that we have been recognised as a Stonewall Top 100 employer. Of course, we owe all of our successes to our incredible employees who support and encourage diversity and inclusion in the workplace on a daily basis.

  • We’re excited to start 2020 with a new CEO at Enterprise! Many employees already know Chrissy Taylor for the passion and visionary leadership she brought to her previous roles at every level of the company. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for Enterprise. Congrats, Chrissy!

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Enterprise – Why Work With Us?


With the world’s largest fleet of rental cars, and with more than 10,000 branches and locations around the world, Enterprise Rent-A-Car can offer fantastic prospects for every employee. Our business is thriving around the world, constantly expanding into new countries, so new employees join a company of incredible opportunity. From excellent benefits to hands-on training; from a supportive environment to amazing career progression, it’s easy to see why careers at Enterprise offer something extraordinary. To find out more about careers at Enterprise, and to see how you could reach your potential with us, explore the rest of our profile.

For more information, please visit careers.enterprise.co.uk

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At Enterprise, we offer an impressive variety of opportunities throughout the business, from direct vacancies to training schemes, internships and placements. Our award-winning Management Training Scheme sees graduates become branch managers in as little as two years.

We’re also renowned for the support we offer to all our employees. From an award-winning Management Training Scheme, to incredible career progression opportunities across the business, we can offer careers that could take you anywhere. 

Enterprise’s strong culture of promoting from within means that every employee has the potential to become a future leader of the business. With our training and support, there’s no limit to what you can achieve.

What’s more, we support everyone’s potential, no matter their background or their career stage. We encourage diversity, because we believe that the success of our business relies on different points of view; on sourcing ideas and talent from every walk of life.

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Values and Culture

At Enterprise, our success as a team is guided by the values we share, and we put them into action in the business every day. So, when we look for new employees, we look for people who’ll be an ideal match for our values and our culture.

We value our brand together, and we think that honesty, integrity and great customer service are absolutely key to our good name. We listen to each other and to our customers, because we know that’s the best way to find new opportunities that take our business forward.

We work hard as a team, and we reward hard work wherever we can. We’re committed to supporting each other’s success, we celebrate every victory, and we learn and improve together.

We’re supportive of each other, but we’re also supportive of our community. Our local branches have a presence in thousands of neighbourhoods across the world, and we want to make things better for the people who live in those neighbourhoods, because they’re the people who support our success. That’s why we get involved in charitable work wherever we can.

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No matter your career or education stage, there’s something for you at Enterprise. We offer roles for experienced candidates across the business, as well as offering an extensive range of opportunities for interns, placement students and work experience students. Finally, our graduate Management Training Scheme offers award-winning hands-on training, and the opportunity to progress to branch manager, in as little as two years.

Dependent on vacancies, opportunities are available in functions across the business, including branch, supply chain, business support, and head office opportunities.

Enterprise Reviews

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    "Great start to anyone’s career in business"

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    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Graduate Management Trainee in Edinburgh, Scotland
    Current Employee - Graduate Management Trainee in Edinburgh, Scotland
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Enterprise full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    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.

    Cons

    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.

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Enterprise Photos

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Enterprise photo of: Employees at work in the UK admin office
Enterprise photo of: Employee at work in the UK admin office
Enterprise photo of: Employee at work in the UK admin office
Enterprise photo of: Employee at work in the UK admin office
Enterprise photo of: Employee in Tampa assisting a customer.
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Enterprise Interviews

Experience

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Enterprise.

    Interview

    I completed the application then had a telephone interview. This was a very rushed interview and made me feel very anxious as the interviewer rushed my answers. She was not very happy by the sound of her voice she seemed fed up like she just wanted the interview over.
     She asked a few competency questions then a few others about having a driving license etc.

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Enterprise Awards & Accolades

  • Top Entry Level Employers, Collegegrad.com, 2016
  • Candidate Experience Award, Talent Board, 2016
  • Training Top 125, Training Magazine, 2016
  • Highest Rated CEOs, Glassdoor, 2016
  • 50 Most Powerful Women in Business, Fortune Magazine, 2016
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