Enterprise Holdings values the hard work of its employees, and strives to support and recognise the contribution they make. So, careers at Enterprise come with an extensive benefits package, from shopping discounts, to private medical and dental care plans, to a retirement savings plan, life insurance and long-term disability cover. The company also strives for the best possible work-life balance, so employees benefit from maternity, paternity and adoption leave, as well as a variety of flexible working options.
I get to work from home with a good schedule. Paid vacations and holidays. Sick days and bonuses. Good benefits medical and 401k
Health insurance and 401K are two of the best benefits made available to you and your family.
Once you've worked 12 months for the company your personal / vacation leave is just over 3 weeks which is pretty good. 401K will match up to 3%. Never had any issues with the medical, dental, or vision insurance provided. Some of the benefits (company car, cell phone plan, etc.) are given to people that reach a certain management level.
No worst thing with the benefits package
Dental, Vision, Medical premiums very affordable. After first year, PTO is given in a lump sum at beginning of second year and can be taken at any time. Downside is that first year is only 7 days PTO given in addition to holidays. Matched 401k option. Company size provides other benefit options at low or no cost to employee.
Great Benefits for full time employees
You only earn time-based on hours your first year. After a year you are given 2 weeks of vacation time, 2 days added each year.
The benefits package was flexible but most people coming right out of college are under 25 years old and often use their parents' insurance for a year or more.
I was a summer intern so I am not familiar with the benefits package. Employees are about to get discounts for friends and family at 40% which is great.
Everything was fine. They are a huge company that focuses highly on HR as they need to. Good job on benefits.
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