A great deal of work goes into attracting employees from ethnic minorities. This is carefully monitored to ensure females in the workforce and ethnic minorities have a voice and are being recruited in satisfactory numbers. This is a key part of the company's cultural compass.Group Rental ManagerHelpful?
The company has attempted to address diversity through training which it has developed over the last five years. However, it is proving hard to actually impact our diversity within the company, its going to take a long time to see any changes. We are still a hugely white, male dominated work force, and women still find it extremely hard to see a full time career in the rental sector once they have had children. The hours that our rental employees can have to work at times are certainly a factor here.Vehicle Acquisitions ManagerHelpful?
There isn't a company that's more committed to diversity than Enterprise. As a result, we have invested a tremendous amount in recruiting so that we can go to every university in the UK. Going to only the top 30 unis in the country isn't diverse – and you won't get a diverse employee base either.HR ManagerHelpful?
At Enterprise we have a Diversity and Women in Leadership committee who work on various initiatives. The maternity benefits are much better than at many companies, and we operate a child care voucher scheme for nursery care.Strategic Account ManagerHelpful?
I feel our company is very committed to ensuring we have a diverse set of employees and supplier base. We have a diversity committee in our division which focuses on community and charitable events, workplace quality, training and business ethics, and recruitment. We are a focus group that meets quarterly to discuss ideas and initiatives that we believe would benefit our employees and customers. It is really rewarding as we have had good success in getting new ideas implemented which make a difference to our employees and customers. As a company we are very open to people of all genders, races and sexual orientations and ensure everyone is treated equally.Assistant Financial ControllerHelpful?
We are recognised in the Top 50 Companies Where Women Want to Work. Having said this, we still have work to do to improve our representation of women and ethnic minorities in management, and to achieve this we are looking at all areas of recruitment and trying to ensure our working environment is open and supportive to employees of any background.Area ManagerHelpful?
Enterprise has people from all cultures and societies and does its upmost to integrate them into the company. Our retention is currently close to 80% which would suggest how well we treat our employees.Area ManagerHelpful?
We actively recruit from all backgrounds, our management are trained on diversity and we have a diversity, career and family focus group that meets once a quarter as a forum to discuss recruitment, training, community events and workplace quality.Area ManagerHelpful?
Very committed as we strive to reflect the communities we do business in. We are very diverse at entry level and lower management; however we are not as diverse at the senior management level, but are working to change this.Vehicle Acquisitions ManagerHelpful?
Having a diverse workforce and client base is one of our founding values which are the rules every Enterprise employee lives by. Throughout my career I have always been asked to get involved with our diversity initiatives by joining my local team. We have nine regions and each has their own team where they focus on initiatives that are important to the people who work in that region. Recently we joined Stonewall which has been really good as we have always had different programmes running that are aimed at women, parents and cultures but none really focused on LGBT. As a rule of thumb, whatever is important to an employee will be taken up by the Diversity Team. I have always been offered the opportunity to help change and work on things that I am passionate and really play a role in what we want our culture to be.Strategic Account ManagerHelpful?
The corporate commitment to diversity is strong and comes from Senior Management. All employees attend diversity training and there are active committees at head office and throughout the UK. Enterprise has won The Times ‘Top 10 Where Women Want to Work’ for the past six years. There are examples of very senior female managers, however, the company is still fairly white, straight, male dominated in the top positions.UK Implementation ManagerHelpful?