Rik R., Account Executive for Fleet Management in Indianapolis, spends his time outside of work building a different type of enterprise – a nonprofit called 4WARD.
After his own mentorship experience, Rik was inspired to co-found 4WARD with his mentor as a way to pay it forward to other young men in his community.
And the rest is history.
Continue reading Paying it 4WARD through mentoring
Christina M. navigates her way through daily operations in Ireland with fierce efficiency and brilliant customer service.
What Christina doesn’t use, though, is her eyesight.
Christina is visually impaired but with the support of assistive technology, is quite successful in her position as an Administrative Representative in Ireland.
Continue reading Paving the path to inclusion
Andy Taylor enjoys cooking for his family on the weekends.
Barbecuing is his specialty. And when it comes to ribs, he doesn’t skimp on the sauce.
While he says the benefits of barbecue are sometimes healthy meals and fewer dishes to clean, the result of a home-cooked meal has a far greater impact: more time spent with his family.
For the Taylors, family is the foundation for success, along with having fun.
Continue reading Fatherhood, fun and family business
In this interview series, we speak with employees who were nominated by their teams as having a strong entrepreneurial spirit. Entrepreneurship is a key indicator to success for employees starting their careers in the Enterprise Management Training (MT) Program.
Natalie M. started at Enterprise as an intern in 2017, then joined the Management Trainee Program. We asked Natalie to share her goals for the future and how she makes the most of every day on the job.
Continue reading Entrepreneurs at Enterprise: Natalie M.
Even though Neil H. is 26 years into his Enterprise career, one thing reigned loud and true since the day he started – an enduring interest to move abroad and take on new roles no matter the country, city or Operating Group.
Recently promoted to Vice President and General Manager of France, Neil has established himself as a proven leader with a keen ability to work across cultures with unwavering commitment to customer service and operational excellence.
We asked Neil to share his thoughts on the new role and his interesting career path.
Continue reading France, football and forging a new career path
In early April, Shea B. anxiously laced up a pair of shoes. But not the typical dress shoes you might expect from an Enterprise employee.
Rather, he laced up a his blue and silver bowling shoes and headed off to throw against the world’s best.
Sponsored by the U.S. Bowling Congress (USBC), the governing organization dedicated to ten-pin bowling, the sport’s premier event draws competitors from all 50 states and a dozen countries. That helped make the event, known as the Masters, a memorable experience for Shea, a Business Analysis Supervisor at the Contact Center in St. Louis.
Continue reading Bowled over: Contact Center employee rolls with the best
Growing up with a mother who served in the Army, Karen M. learned at an early age how important it is to support the troops fighting for freedom.
When Karen took on the role of HR Manager at Hartsfield Jackson International Airport in the Atlanta Operating Group two years ago, she knew the partnership her predecessor established with Operation Shoebox was one initiative she had to continue.
Continue reading Supporting heroes one shoebox at a time
Anyone with kids can attest, traveling with little ones can be stressful.
Many parents have a plan of attack to wrestle their kids into car seats and make the ensuing drive a bit easier. There’s trusty Goldfish crackers, a lively Disney sing-along or a portable DVD player.
But what happens when your mom-mobile breaks down and ends up in the shop leaving you, and your five children, in the lobby of an Enterprise looking for a rental?
Leave it to Nick L., Branch Rental Manager in Tampa, to answer this question and calm a flustered parent while solving her transportation needs.
The customer thanked Nick by calling him her “guardian angel,” and she wrote a heartfelt letter of appreciation.
Continue reading Kids, cars and customer service
There’s something spectacular about the bond between a mother and her daughter.
These are the emotions Campus Manager Lynn M. evokes for her daughter, Molly S.
What makes their bond extra special? They share a second family together: Enterprise.
Continue reading Mother and daughter share Enterprise bond
Enterprise founder Jack Taylor believed in having fun and giving back to the local communities where employees live and work.
After Jack passed away in 2016, the Ireland Operating Group looked to pay homage to his philosophy. At the top of their list: an annual run, bike and swim – all to benefit a local non-profit.
And with that, the annual Jack Taylor Memorial Triathlon headed to the start line.
Continue reading An endurance test to celebrate an enduring legacy