1 in 4 people are going to suffer from mental health problems in their life, and this problem will touch everyone you know. We need to talk about mental health and do everything we can to help those in need.
Going from trainee to Area Manager in four years isn’t easy, but Enterprise provided me with the support structure that enabled me to thrive. It all boils down to the company’s attitude to progression: if you’re ready to embrace the opportunities given to you, Enterprise will help you succeed.
From the time I joined Enterprise 13 years ago, it was clear that Enterprise were here to help me succeed, as long as I matched their dedication to push myself and my career. I have been mentored by some true legends along the way, but I’m also proud to say that I’ve been creating my own legacy too.
While sponsorship brings financial benefits to university societies, I was keen to work with companies that would bring more than that to the relationship. When Enterprise agreed to support us, I was surprised at what they were prepared to do to make sure our relationship was a success.
I’ve taken two years of maternity leave since joining Enterprise on the graduate programme. But it hasn’t slowed my career progression one bit. Find out how Enterprise gave me the opportunity to have a great career without sacrificing family.
I knew that I wanted the chance to contribute to the business and be appreciated by those around me during my placement year. Eight months in and I am still being surprised by the opportunities that I am being given.
FareShare East Anglia has opened a new Regional Centre in Ipswich, thanks to a £500,000 donation by the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Foundation as part of the ‘Fill Your Tank’ programme to mark our 60th anniversary.