Drive editor, Sarah Williams, spoke to Enterprise Flex-E-Rent women about what they love about working in national sales
We caught up with Jourdan Russell to learn about what motivates her – and the importance of believing in yourself
Enterprise offers working parent coaching to help all parents and their managers to prepare for leave and the return to work
Kate Cooper-Griffiths was distracted by her love of cars, wine and her new mobile phone after graduating
Emma Higbee talks to DRIVE about her career motivation and finding her feet in new places and new roles
DRIVE met with two successful women who are forging careers as part of Enterprise’s revenue management team
After years of thinking that she wanted to teach, Abby Connolly realised she wanted to be a manager and work with adults
DRIVE met with five women who are forging careers as part of Enterprise’s elite remarketing team
Now an Area Manager, Nadia Javaid was promoted five times within a few years including a role in training and development
We caught up with Diane Mulholland, GM for Scotland, on the new seven-part Leadership Development and Mentorship course.
I think many females don’t like to label themselves as ambitious. At Enterprise you are encouraged to be autonomous.
Find our more about why you should nominate an inspiring woman for the Automotive 30% Club Awards 2021
Many working mothers encounter discrimination from maternal bias, which research shows is the strongest gender bias
Attribution bias refers to the errors we make when we try to find reasons for behaviour and that this means we favour men
Performance bias is the tendency to underestimate a woman’s performance and to overestimate a man’s
Likability bias is the tendency to find women less likeable when they don’t meet traditional gender norms
Affinity bias is the natural tendency to gravitate towards people who are most like us
When different types of discrimination interconnect and overlap, this is called intersectionality
Unconscious biases are mental shortcuts that simplify the world and people to enable us to make fast decisions
I want to talk about leading by listening, especially in relation to our black and minority ethnic employees
My career with Enterprise began when a friend referred me to apply for the Management Training Programme
Every month, EU99 employees get together to develop a common interest: speaking Spanish.
Have you ever noticed how women are normally the minority and that they tend to sit next to or near each other?
As only 17% of UK tech workers are women, encouraging more women in IT is a business priority for everyone
DRIVE spoke to Enterprise’s European HR Director, Donna Miller, for her top tips on successful networking.
Looking after our customers requires many different qualities, and one of them is a good memory.
ABS was established in May 2016 to oversee all of the claims handling operations and software.
How do you achieve exceptional performance?
Samantha Perkins is one of a handful of female vehicle repair assessors at Enterprise.
Over 250 delegates from 150 different organisations met in London for In Pursuit 2017
In just under five years, Georgie Crockford has been an EBS recovery specialist, a HR generalist – and an assistant manager
Ever wondered what it’s like working in IT at Flex-E-Rent? Rachel Clerkin catches up with IT Department Manager Jo Rogers
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