Enterprise Honored as Employer in Canada

TORONTO, Canada -- The Globe and Mail's Report on Business magazine has named Enterprise Rent-A-Car to its "50 Best Companies to Work for in Canada" list. Enterprise placed 14th on the list for 2003.

More than 59,000 employees at 128 companies were surveyed by Hewitt Associates for the fourth annual ranking for Report on Business magazine. The survey is the only national study of organizations based primarily on the opinions of employees. A total of 70% of the score is based on an employee opinion survey.

"Enterprise Rent-A-Car is all about creating opportunities for our staff to succeed in business," said Tony Moise, corporate vice president of Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Canada. "Enterprise is recognized as a leading management training organization, where hard work is rewarded and entry-level management careers are fast-tracked."

In Canada, Enterprise has more than 220 locations and 1,300 employees.

With an average investment of 100 hours of employee training per year, Enterprise Rent-A-Car is recognized by the study for its emphasis on management career training, internal promotion, and local autonomy for staff and managers.

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