Mission: Enterprise Holdings – the largest car rental service provider in the world measured by revenue, employees and fleet – and its affiliates together offer a total transportation solution and are all united by a common mission:
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I have been working at Enterprise Holdings full-time (More than 5 years)
From day one they give you the tools to succeed. If you are motivated and passionate about helping people and developing new talent this is the company for you. Every manager I have had has been just as invested in my personal growth as their own. The people you work with become like family who support you in your goals. There is money to be made too for those money motivated folks out there. They promote from within based on performance and not seniority.
It is not all rainbows and butterflies. We work with the public and there are some tough, long days. You will work hard. You will experience failure, but if you’re dedicated to the process, willing to ask for help, and motivated to reach your goals then the good days far out way any bad.
Advice to Management
Continue to support and build your people up. They will work hard for you if you work for them. Invest in future talent and growth.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Enterprise Holdings (Weldon Spring, MO (US)) in January 2014.
I was contacted by a recruiter about the position at Enterprise. I had an interview with the recruiter, and was given some details on the position. They told me they would forward my resume to Enterprise, and that I should here something shortly since Enterprise was moving quickly on hiring resent graduates. A few days later, a interview was set up through the recruiter. The interview took place at the Enterprise building in Weldon Spring, which was where the job would be. The interview was with four people in a small conference room. One person was from human resources, but the other there were IT managers. The interview started off with some basic interview questions, what do you know about Enterprise, why do you want to work here, etc. Then they started asking some questions about my resume and education. Finally they asked me questions about Java and C programming. All four seemed very relaxed, and kind which helped me relax. They really enjoyed talking about Enterprise and their work. I got the sense that they all enjoyed working at enterprise. I heard from the recruiter that they seemed to like me, and he was sure I would get an offer. The week after the interview, I heard back from Enterprise with an offer.
We're inspired by Pam Nicholson's 35-year journey from Management Trainee to CEO of Enterprise Holdings, and we're not the only ones. @Glassdoor recently featured Pam on their list of Top Women CEOs in 2018! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ1Qa
This year, we're planning to hire 8,500 college graduates and develop them into the next generation of business leaders. Are you one of them?
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