It's important to us to support the causes dear to our employees and the local communities in which we are based – after all, it’s one of the founding values we live by. Nowhere is this more evident than in our Scottish region.
Aysun has worked for years to promote employment for people with disabilities. It’s a professional as well as a personal passion. It’s thanks to colleagues like her that we’re proud to be an inclusive workplace that offers the respect and opportunities to succeed - whatever your circumstances.
As the world’s largest vehicle rental company, the emphasis we place on sustainability and environmental initiatives is massive. Back in 2007, as part of our Environmental Platform, we committed to planting 50 million trees over the next 50 years. So far 11 million trees have been planted, 800,000 of which in the UK.
As we celebrate Enterprise Holdings’ 60th anniversary, we’re going back in time to revisit some of the company’s key milestones.
Did you know that it was during our second decade in business that one of our entrepreneurial managers pioneered our trademark “We’ll pick you up” service?
Amii found out that the soft skills she gained through her extra-curricular activities while at university would come in handy in her role at Enterprise. With two promotions already under her belt, she recommends all students make the most of their time at university.
Last year we offered our employees 16,233 opportunities to progress in their career, thanks to our unique promote-from-within culture. More importantly, we constantly work hard to make sure that our opportunities are available to everyone, irrespective of their background, colour, religion or sexual orientation.
If you want to be part of a successful team, it’s vital that you show your colleagues respect and let them do their jobs effectively - whether you’re a graduate at Enterprise or a superstar player in the NFL.