The 16th annual BEST Awards ceremony was held on Oct. 5 in Washington, D.C. Enterprise ranked No. 14 on the list of 36 organizations from Canada, Denmark, India, Scotland, Taiwan, and the United States.
“These 36 companies set a high standard for the profession,” said Tony Bingham, ATD president and CEO. “They are solving business challenges through talent development practices, and they are doing it in innovative ways. Leaders in these organizations understand the strategic role learning has, and they are committed to investing in the growth and development of their people.”
The ATD BEST Award is one of several honors Enterprise Holdings has earned this year for its professional development initiatives. Other recent accolades include:
• Chief Learning Officer magazine named Enterprise Holdings a gold 2016 LearningElite organization, recognizing the company for workforce development strategies.
• Training magazine, a business publication for learning and development professionals, ranked Enterprise Holdings No. 60 on its Training Top 125 in 2016.
• Workforce magazine included Enterprise Holdings on its 2016 Workforce 100 list, which recognizes companies in multiple human resources-related areas, such as recruiting, learning, leadership, and diversity.
“These awards reinforce the strength of our training and development programs, which enable employees to pursue successful, meaningful careers,” said Steve McCarty, vice president of talent development at Enterprise Holdings Inc. “While we set high expectations for new hires, we also make sure they are supervised by and learning from the best. This culture of learning is what really sets Enterprise apart from other employers.”