November 17, 2023
5 Tips for Acing First Day

5 Tips for Acing Your First Day on the Job

You’d be surprised how similar the first few days of a new job are to the first few days of college.
April 21, 2023
Being a female leader is an honor, a privilege, and a responsibility.

I’m a VP Whose Job Can be Unpredictable, But the Support of the Women Around Me Is Constant

When Regional Vice President of Enterprise Holdings, Joy Fiasconaro, talks to new employees on their first day of work, she stresses the importance of finding a mentor or coach...
February 23, 2023
Ritu's career journey in photos

This Sales Director Has Criss-Crossed Canada in Pursuit of New Challenges at Work

According to a recent survey from The Conference Board, 58% of workers are likely to leave their company if they don’t have access to professional development or career training. Enterprise Holdings understands this all too well, and believes that career development is critical to attracting and retaining top talent. In this series, three Enterprise employees share how they’ve worked their way up at the company, where internal mobility is embedded in the culture. Read on for part two, check out part one here, and stay tuned for part three.
October 28, 2022

This Former Medical Responder Wanted a Clear Path to Leadership—and Enterprise Delivered

Jeremy Hurtado always dreamed of being a doctor, but by the time he finished college with a degree in biological sciences, he did what many young grads do: changed his mind. However, he says, “I still had a strong desire to help people.” Hurtado ended up staying in the medical field, becoming an emergency medical technician and then working at a biotech company as a medical responder. “I eventually became the manager of the emergency response team, and while I really enjoyed it, the position didn’t offer many options for upward growth,” he says. Today, as a management trainee (MT) at Enterprise Holdings, Hurtado has nothing but opportunity to grow. He learned about the position thanks to a former manager whose wife worked at the car rental company. “I applied online and listed her as a reference,” Hurtado says. “After speaking with a talent acquisition manager, I was sold. At Enterprise, you’re only limited by your personal desire to learn and grow.” Here, he shares how becoming a management trainee can launch a long career at Enterprise, his future goals at the company, and why he doesn’t talk about work when he’s at home.
December 23, 2019

Celebrating Pam Nicholson’s Enterprise Career

After a 38-year career at Enterprise, with the past six and a half spent as CEO, Pam Nicholson is retiring at the end of 2019. As […]
January 31, 2019

A drive to the end zone

The Atlanta Enterprise team prepares for the big game.
December 16, 2015

Five Questions: Corporate Vice President Pete D.

In our ongoing series of “Five Question” blogs, we recently sat down with Pete D., Corporate Vice President of European Business Development, to chat about his […]
October 11, 2015

Mentoring program builds future leaders

  Derrick M. was a bright young accounting professional looking to start his career with a successful company that offered opportunities for career growth. He had […]
November 20, 2014

One Word to Describe Enterprise: Leadership

  Hello! My name is Billy P., and I am a Branch Manager in Indianapolis.  In my four years, I have learned that Enterprise has been built […]
July 21, 2014

One Word to Describe Enterprise: Leadership

  Hello! My name is Danon H., I have been a Management Trainee with Enterprise Rent-A-Car in North Carolina for 4 months. While working at Enterprise, […]