A little recognition goes a long way.
We’re making headlines for everything from our industry-leading environmental initiatives to being one of the 50 best places to start your career. Take a look at some of our recent news.
A lot of recognition goes even further.
We’ve received awards and accolades for every aspect of our business. When you’re an industry leader and known as a great place to work, people start to notice.
Here are a few recent examples:
BusinessWeek Magazine has repeatedly named Enterprise as one of the “50 Best Places To Launch A Career” based on compensation, rapid advancement and best training programs. According to the article, “Enterprise provides a clear road to the top…with a unique training opportunity to entry-level hires. After a year, promotions nearly always follow.”
CollegeGrad.com Top 10
For the past 10 years, Enterprise has been recognized as one of the top Entry-Level Employer by CollegeGrad.com, one of the premier entry-level job sites on the internet.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car was named #1 in diversity recruiting, beating out Target, IBM, Ford and Microsoft and other national firms, according to Cox, Matthews and Associates, Inc., publisher of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Magazine. The award was based on input from higher education professionals, as well as career services officers, who identified firms that do an exceptional job recruiting and retaining diverse graduates.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car was one of only 15 employers, from over 1,500 nominations, selected to receive the prestigious “Secretary of Defense Employer Support of Freedom Award.” The company pays the salary differential for employees on active duty, so employees can continue to receive full pay for the duration of their service. Enterprise has approximately 500 employees currently serving in the National Guard and Reserve.
The Princeton Review
“Enterprise is one of the nation’s best companies… the chance for advancement and a solid, well-nurtured sense of community combine to make Enterprise a great place to begin your working life and build a career,” says The Princeton Review which ranked companies based on employee satisfaction and engagement, compensation, diversity of tasks and other criteria.
The Top 100 Employers 2012
For the 12th year in a row, Diversity Employers Magazine (formerly The Black Collegian) named Enterprise Top College Recruiter. The company also received a special “Wind Beneath Our Wings”award for its commitment to diversity recruiting as well as support of The Black Collegian during its evacuation and relocation from New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.