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  • Alexis and Julia have both worked to blaze impressive career paths, leading to leadership positions in Germany and in the U.S. They share the career moves that got them to where they are today, and their advice for those looking to map out their own success at Enterprise: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMann

    An international success story

    Here's an inside look at how Julia, a native of northern Germany, and Alexis, who grew up in Atlanta, paved successful careers right to Enterprise's leadership ranks. Tell us about your Enterprise journey. Julia: For the first five years of my career, I handled Alamo's leisure business sales in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

  • When you think of Enterprise, you may not think we'd employ scientists - but Jeff and his team put their science degrees to use every day, albeit without beakers and lab coats. �� Find out more: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQZww

    Odd Jobs: The science behind compliance

    There are many unexpected and unusual jobs at Enterprise Holdings. Odd Jobs highlights these unique positions and people. For this installment, we're off to the lab...sort of. Thoughts of Bunsen burners, beakers and the periodic table of elements can quickly take you back to your days in high school chemistry.

  • Want to kick off your career with meaningful work, constant growth, and plenty of fun? Check out the opportunities at Enterprise. Not only are we featured on @CollegeGrad's list of Top Entry Level Employers for 2019 - we're number ONE! �� http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQZcM

    Top Entry Level Employers

    Who's hiring entry level candidates? CollegeGrad.com ranks employers by planned entry level hiring.

  • Enterprise made waves at this year's Travvy Awards, taking home a gold in four different categories! We'd like to thank our employees for their commitment to our customers. Take a bow! �� http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQoox

    Enterprise Wins Big at 2019 Travvy Awards

    Another year, another dominate performance from the car rental giant at the Travvy Awards.

  • Employees in Atlanta are expecting a busy weekend leading up to game day on Sunday. �� Get the play-by-play on what they've been doing to prepare for success. Go team! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQo80

    A drive to the end zone

    Tony K., Vice President of Daily Rental, and the team in Atlanta certainly are. On Feb. 3, football fans will flock to Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII. Just like getting to the big game is no stroke of luck for the teams, preparing for an influx of visitors and their transportation needs requires a well-executed strategy.

  • What can you expect when you interview for a Management Trainee role at Enterprise? As a Talent Acquisition Manager with 11 years at the company, Nick H. knows a few things about our hiring process. These are his top tips for success: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQo21

    Want to know what I look for in an interview?

    Nobody enjoys sitting through bad interviews. Believe it or not, we (the interviewers) are on your side when you come in. We want you to be successful. From experience though, I can tell you that your odds of success are much improved if you prepare for the interview and do your homework.

  • “I feel so lucky to work for an organization committed to helping the community through the causes we are passionate about." Find out how Rhonda A., her coworkers and the Enterprise Holdings Foundation support Magic Moments, which fulfills wishes for kids with life-threatening illnesses: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQoY4

    Making magic moments happen one wish at a time

    This much Rhonda A. knows: There can be absolute magic in a moment - especially when that moment is a wish come true for a child with a life-threatening illness. Rhonda, an Executive Assistant in Alabama, witnessed one of these magical moments firsthand several years ago at a Magic Moments fundraising event.

  • After plenty of firsts and career lessons throughout her twenty-three year career at Enterprise, Vice President/General Manager Michelle K. shares the advice she would give to her younger self: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQonJ

    What I Wish I Knew: GM Michelle K.

    Twenty-three years after starting as Management Trainee in Southern California, Michelle K. has experienced a lot of firsts throughout her career, including opening the Long Beach airport as the location's first Branch Manager. For six years she worked as Regional Vice President in Dallas before getting promoted to GM of the Kansas City Operating Group in 2014.

  • The support and guidance of a mentor can be a game-changer for your career. To celebrate #MentoringMonth, Enterprise employees are sharing how mentorship has made a difference in their lives: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQbri

    5 ways a mentor can help you advance your career

    "I was heartbroken after going through several interviews and not landing the job. Linda's energy picked me up, and we brainstormed and conducted mock interviews which gave me the confidence to continue to apply for Branch Manager positions. She really invested in and motivated me.

  • "I like a challenge, so when I was offered an unmissable opportunity to relocate to Paris, I couldn’t turn it down." Dan F. went from Enterprise customer to Management Trainee, embarking on a career journey that eventually took him from Dublin, Ireland to Paris, France. What's next? For Dan, the sky's the limit! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQbF2

    Enterprising Dublin man has top job in France

    While there's little good about any recession, there can occasionally be a silver lining when it causes someone to shift gear in career terms. Which is what happened to one Dublin man in 2009, and now has him working in France with the Enterprise car rental company.

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