Enterprise Honored as Employer in Canada

MARKHAM, Ontario -- For the second year in a row, employees of Enterprise Rent-A-Car have voted the business one of the 50 best employers in Canada. The survey, published in the January 2004 edition of Globe and Mail's Report on Business magazine, recognizes Enterprise Rent-A-Car for its entrepreneurial management training and profit-sharing opportunities.

"We are thrilled to be recognized as a top employer in Canada for the second year in a row," said Tony Moise, corporate vice president of Enterprise Rent-A-Car Canada."Our employees have not only voted us a great place to work, they are also responsible for making us what we are today -– and we applaud everyone's role in this award."

Enterprise employees in offices across the country were surveyed by Hewitt Associates for the fifth annual ranking for Report on Business magazine. The survey is the only national study of organizations based primarily on the opinions of employees, with 70% of the score based on an employee opinion survey.

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