News in brief
gradireland award win
Enterprise scooped the Diversity Award at the gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards at a gala event in Dublin’s historic Mansion House. It was attended by 500 of the country’s leading graduate recruiters, talent developers and industry stakeholders. Once again, this award reflects the ceaseless effort made by all employees to ensure Enterprise is an inclusive workplace in which everyone can feel proud.
Undergraduate of the year
A University of St Andrews management undergraduate has won this year’s TargetJobs Management Undergraduate of the Year award, sponsored by Enterprise and from a shortlist of 10 outstanding candidates. As well as working hard on her degree, winner Holly Hetherington plays on the university’s women’s first hockey team and works for the Athletic Union as a hockey coach. She also volunteers teaching children in the local community. In addition to the prestigious title, Holly wins a ten-week placement with Enterprise, including a visit to the USA.
To celebrate our 13th consecutive year in The Times Top 50 best places for women to work, a new campaign has been created to help attract the best female talent featuring the hash tag #WomenThriveAtEnterprise. This follows on from our advertising last year, which focused on real life stories of women who have been at Enterprise over the many years that The Times has published this ranking in conjunction with Business in the Community. The first profile has had over 40,000 impressions. Check out Enterprise’s social media pages to read the career stories of our inspirational women.