Identical twin brothers Ethan and Ryan M. are Branch Managers at locations just 15 miles apart. While they both sport a similar friendly face behind the counter, they’re on two distinct career paths.
Flight delays aren’t uncommon and they can cause a lot of stress on travelers. Hakim G., a Senior Customer Assistance Representative at Rochester International Airport, has first-hand experience calming frantic travelers’ nerves.
Then, the doctor has terrifying news. Your son has a congenital heart defect. The doctors say he needs open-heart surgery with additional surgeries down the road.
It’s not always easy making the transition from military to civilian life. But if you ask Samy B., Jeff H. or Khirah W., they’ll tell you the right employer makes a significant impact. As reservists, they’ve experienced great support from Enterprise fulfilling their military obligations.
“We always say if people don’t stay with Enterprise, it’s because they don’t have the skills, resources or motivation,” says Tamara, a former Rental Area Manager turned HR Generalist in Dallas, Texas. “But it’s our job to give them those things.”
In this ongoing series of “Five Questions” blogs, we ask five questions of various members of the leadership team to get their perspective on the business. This time, we spoke with Michele M., Vice President of Airport Business Development.
What’s been the key to success when it comes to growth for our airport business over the past several years? What opportunities lie ahead?
Starting out her career two years ago, Trisha C. envisioned Enterprise as a company where she could have a long, fulfilling career. After taking part in the Canadian Women in Leadership Forum, she gained a new perspective about the opportunities that lie ahead.