Enterprise Cuts All Ties
A new dress code goes into effect across Canada.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car locations across Canada plan to hire 500 college and university graduates into the company’s Enterprise Management Training program, along with 100 interns into the Management Internship program this year. And for the first time, ties are not required.
“This more flexible dress code is in line with our evolving work environment and represents our commitment to our employees, whose feedback prompted this change,” said Shelley Roither, Vice President of Human Resources at Enterprise Holdings. “The new dress code will enable our teams to take care of their customers while still maintaining a professional image.”
The Enterprise Management Training program teaches employees how to run a business, empower teams and provide excellent face-to-face customer service. Employees receive extensive training in a wide range of business skills, including profit and loss management, business-to-business marketing and sales, and operational logistics.
Caption: Enterprise Holdings Executive VP and COO Christine Taylor cuts the tie off her father, Executive Chairman Andy Taylor, marking the dawn of a new dress code era.