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Anonymous shared this review of Enterprise Holdings, Europe on Aug 19th, 2019
"They are inclusive, especially in the Head office. Your are completely supported on Maternity/paternity leave. There are many women in senior leadership roles acting as role models. There are many groups for women to join and network as well as a magazine celebrating achievements of women in the business "
Anonymous shared this review of Enterprise Holdings, United States on Jun 5th, 2019
"If you like earning meager wages after working overtime, this is a great environment. Secondly, driving customers to and from their destinations can place staff in danger, and there are no guards in the branches. That leaves staff susceptible to the perils of an overzealous customer. "
Anonymous shared this review of Enterprise Holdings on Mar 15th, 2019
"Every location is different. Can sometimes be male dominated or female dominated. Unfortunately my location did not offer any sort of specified breastfeeding area which caused some awkwardness."
Anonymous shared this review of Enterprise Holdings on Oct 9th, 2018
"Don't invest heavily in this job unless you already have a degree and can get in the door at the Management Trainee position. Sales positions with their Alamo and National brands are, ultimately, traps that will never lead to promotion or meaningful pay increases"
Anonymous shared this review of Enterprise Holdings on Jul 25th, 2018
"If you want to get promoted don't consider having kids. Your husband will complain that he never see's you and your boss will ask why you think its okay to take time off. "
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