Enterprise Earns Awards for Training and Development

Enterprise Holdings has upgraded its internal careers website to provide more information about career mobility. Photo coutesy of Enterprise Holdings.
Enterprise Holdings has upgraded its internal careers website to provide more information about career mobility. Photo coutesy of Enterprise Holdings.

In 2015, Enterprise Holdings was recognized for its training and development by three organizations:

Chief Learning Officer magazine recognized Enterprise as a bronze LearningElite organization, which recognizes workforce development strategies.

Training magazine ranked Enterprise on its Training Top 125, which lists successful learning and development programs in the world.

Workforce magazine included Enterprise on its Workforce 100 list, which recognizes comprehensive human resource performance.

“Our dedication to training and coaching is a fundamental part of Enterprise Holdings’ culture, and it remains instrumental to our long-term success,” said Steve McCarty, vice president of talent development at Enterprise Holdings Inc. “These awards validate the strength of our training and mentorship programs as well as our steady investment in growing and developing our people, which represents a core area of our business — not just for human resources but for employees and managers across all disciplines.”

Nearly 15,000 Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car employees were promoted or took on new opportunities in 2015, according to the company. This represents a 10% annual increase in companywide promotions at Enterprise Holdings Inc.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s Management Trainee program develops new hires into the next generation of business leaders. According to Enterprise, it’s one of the reasons it was recognized for its training and development opportunities.

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