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Enterprise Holdings Overview

Saint Louis, MO
10000+ employees
1957
Company - Private
Car Rental
$10+ billion (USD) per year
With annual revenues of $22 billion and more than 100,000 employees, Enterprise Holdings and its affiliates own and operate almost 1.9 million vehicles.

Mission: Enterprise Holdings – the largest car rental service provider in the world measured by revenue, employees and fleet – and its affiliates together offer a total transportation solution and are all united by a common mission:
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Glassdoor Awards

Top CEOs: 2017 (#21), 2016 (#31), 2018 (#46)

Company Updates

  • Over the last six decades Enterprise has grown to 100,000 employees, and won a few awards along the way. Today we're continuing to offer our employees endless opportunities to learn, grow and succeed. Want to find out what all the talk is about? We're hiring! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQIN2

    Enterprise Earning Recognition for Driving Employee Success in the Workplace

    ST. LOUIS (July 25, 2018) - As the largest car rental provider in the world, Enterprise Holdings Inc. is dedicated to providing employees with a great place to work by empowering them to take care of their customers and communities while growing their careers and the business' portfolio of brands.

  • Dave started at Enterprise as an MT in 1989 and made his way to where he is now - a Vice President. His advice for those looking to build a successful career? Find a mentor, stay open to relocation opportunities, and always do the right thing. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQIlH

    What I wish I knew: Vice President Dave L. | Enterprise Holdings Careers Blog

    With nearly three decades of experience under his belt, Dave L. knows what it takes to keep focus and succeed at Enterprise. Beginning as a Management Trainee in New York in 1989, he worked his way up the ladder, eventually moving down south to take on roles as Regional Vice President and Vice President of the Atlanta Operating Group.

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Enterprise Holdings – Why Work For Us?


Taking care of people. That’s what working at Enterprise Holdings is all about.

With a global network that spans more than 90 countries, and with 100,000 team members, it’s also how we’ve become the largest transportation service provider in the world. And as a family-owned, privately held company, we make decisions based on the long-term, sustainable growth of our brands – world-class brands that include Alamo Rent A CarEnterprise Rent-A-Car and National Car Rental. That kind of success leads to amazing opportunities when you join our team. 

Our people are the reason for our success.

By living out our values each day and providing exceptional customer service, we’ve built a strong culture – one in which we bring honesty and integrity to all we do. We work hard, but never forget to have a little fun in the process. For 60 years, our values have been at the root of our success as a team and as individuals.

Our Founding Values:

We value giving back to the communities we serve.

You’ll see it through company support -- such as our pledge to donate $60 million to fight hunger -- and in how we encourage each of our employees to make a positive impact in the neighborhoods where we do business. Our ongoing philanthropic initiatives include:

As an Enterprise Management Trainee, your development will be hands-on.

From day one, you’ll be given real responsibility – and be expected to own it. You’ll take care of customers, connect with your community and live our values. And you’ll learn what it takes to manage a multimillion-dollar business. That’s just the beginning of how we can take your career further.

As a Management Trainee, the skills and experience you gain will be the foundation of your career. We have the training and support you need at every step of the way. 

We’ll start you out close to home at one of our neighborhood locations. You’ll build relationships with co-workers, customers and mentors. You’ll learn everything from how to exceed our customers’ expectations, to the principles of accounting. You’ll also help grow the business by building relationships with local businesses, as well as learn how to manage a team of people and a fleet of hundreds of vehicles.

As a Management Trainee, the more you put into the program, the more you’ll get out of it. We promote from within, based on performance. Not seniority. See our promote-from-within philosophy in action.

Our philosophy is simple.

We strive to exceed our customers’ expectations in service, quality and value. Our customers are as varied as our brands. So we have a range of services to match their changing transportation needs. And as our lines of business continue to expand, they create a variety of amazing opportunities for you when you join our team.

Accounting and Finance

It’s all in the numbers. As a part of our Accounting and Finance team, you’ll work collaboratively with all aspects of our business. You’ll deliver financial management insights that influence growth strategies, operating efficiencies and profitability.

Automotive and Transportation

Our fleet is always on the move. Whether you’re providing safe, well-maintained vehicles or driving them, your focus as part of our Automotive and Transportation team will be to ensure that our customers are taken care of.

Corporate and Administrative

Every business, department and operating group relies on the support you’ll provide as part of our Corporate and Administrative team. Your work behind the scenes will help deliver strategy and services to those working directly with our customers. 

Customer Service

As a part of our Customer Service team, you’ll help us deliver extraordinary service every day. You’ll offer assistance. You’ll listen. And you’ll help ensure our customers’ complete satisfaction.

Rental Operations

You’ll guide every customer through our rental process with superior, friendly, efficient service. Join our Rental Operations team and help us to meet the transportation needs of millions of customers.

Sales

Create opportunity and carve a new path for yourself on one of our Sales teams. From car and truck sales, to fleet management and rental operations, we have many opportunities for you to consider.

Students

This is a great place to kick-start your career. We’re a proven training ground – with amazing ground-floor opportunities that have corner office potential. This is your chance to make a difference from the word GO.

Learn more about opportunities for Internships and Entry-level Professionals.

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    1. The Employees
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    Most people who work at Enterprise will tell you that the people are the best part about the company and I completely agree. I have met so many great people at Enterprise and continue to be friends with them even after some have left the company. Furthermore, the upper management has high expectations, but also compassion for employees personally and professionally. Since the company is privately held the Taylor family continues to reinvest and make excellent long term decisions to help provide opportunity for everyone. The advancement opportunities, development and training are second to none. At every single level you continue to learn more about managing people and a business. The pay advancement is phenomenal.

    Cons

    Many people say long hours...However, if you want to advance your career and have financial independence that does take work ethic. The hours it takes to advance your pay at Enterprise when compared to similar financial opportunities in other jobs does not compare. The hours worked by management are between 50-55 a week typically. Having six and seven figure annual pay opportunities with no financial risk on your part make these hours seem extremely fair. If you were an entrepreneur, restaurant owner, lawyer or doctor you would not only be working many more hours, but also have greater debt and financial exposure.

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Enterprise Holdings photo of: Employees chatting at our Contact Center in St. Louis, Missouri.
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Enterprise Holdings photo of: Employees in Michigan take some time away from the office to goof off on the sand volleyball court.
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Enterprise Holdings Interviews

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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Enterprise Holdings (Weldon Spring, MO) in January 2014.

    Interview

    I was contacted by a recruiter about the position at Enterprise. I had an interview with the recruiter, and was given some details on the position. They told me they would forward my resume to Enterprise, and that I should here something shortly since Enterprise was moving quickly on hiring resent graduates. A few days later, a interview was set up through the recruiter. The interview took place at the Enterprise building in Weldon Spring, which was where the job would be. The interview was with four people in a small conference room. One person was from human resources, but the other there were IT managers. The interview started off with some basic interview questions, what do you know about Enterprise, why do you want to work here, etc. Then they started asking some questions about my resume and education. Finally they asked me questions about Java and C programming. All four seemed very relaxed, and kind which helped me relax. They really enjoyed talking about Enterprise and their work. I got the sense that they all enjoyed working at enterprise. I heard from the recruiter that they seemed to like me, and he was sure I would get an offer. The week after the interview, I heard back from Enterprise with an offer.

    Interview Questions

    • How do you allocate memory in C?   2 Answers
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