We’re delighted to have representatives from Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s Talent Acquisition Team delivering one of our workshops for the Inspire Challenge Excel Conference next month. Lauren Crawley, Raj Dohil and Catherine Ives tell us a little bit about their careers, the values that form Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s recruitment strategy and working with the University in acquiring talent.
The presenters for this session joined Enterprise Rent-A-Car on their Management Trainee scheme. As a Graduate Management Trainee, we have each been empowered to make business decisions that has greatly affected our career. During the career on the Management Programme we gained responsibility for developing new business and maintaining current relationships. We were responsible for understanding cost control, P&L statement and understanding what it takes to run a profitable business. And not to mention delivering exceptional customer service.
Today we work in the Talent Acquisition Department, our key responsibilities is to identify and hire new talent into the London & South-East Region, employee onboarding, monitoring and impacting retention, diversity recruiting initiatives, engaging universities directly, and continuing with our social media platform. With internal and external customers, the person in this role is the face of Enterprise.
At Enterprise we believe hiring a variety of people into our business helps with workforce planning, investing in the future and encouraging fresh innovative ideas & skills.
Every year the calibre of students we hire from University of Kent ceases to amaze me. The students have passion, dedication and have a desire to be successful. Their willingness to do whatever it takes to drive their career forward and their fresh perspective, brings result that have allowed Enterprise to continue drive our business forward.
Lauren, Raj and Catherine will be delivering the workshop: Your Brand Today for Tomorrows Future. For more information and to book please visit the Kent Online Store: https://bit.ly/2BsuBlX