To make it into the Top 50, employers must make gender equality an integral part of their strategy and show they consistently offer women career opportunities throughout the organisation — not just in isolated areas of the business.
For more than half a century Enterprise has followed a simple philosophy: Take care of your customers and employees first, and growth and profits will follow.
It’s this approach that has helped us and our female employees to develop a career that takes them where they want to go. We’ve got success stories throughout the business, from our branches to the boardroom. This includes our CEO Pam Nicholson, who has been included in Forbes Magazine list of Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Business not once, but twice.
Enterprise offers those starting out in business a fresh approach, flexible working arrangements and a wide range of roles. Personally I have always been impressed with the way in which Enterprise conduct their approach to inclusion, and it has never felt forced or quota driven.
Initiatives such as the Women in Leadership Committee are led by people who really care about making a difference for everyone involved. As they know that having the best employees as part of a company, regardless of gender, race or ethnicity plays a major part in helping a business grow.
If you’re interested in joining a company that concentrates on the great work that you do above everything else, then take a look at our latest internship and graduate management trainee vacancies here.