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December 1, 2017

Working from home ideal for those with disabilities

At Enterprise we believe that disability needn’t be a barrier to pursuing a career. With the help of schemes such as Access to Work we actively support all employees, with the adjustments they need.
October 19, 2017
John Rice - Enterprise Rent-A-Car

I chose not to let my dyslexia hold my 19-year career back

In my 19-year career at Enterprise, I chose to look at my dyslexia not as a hidden disability, but as different way of approaching problems. I credit this belief as the reason to my success: I started out washing cars, and I’m now the Head of Risk for my area.
October 6, 2017
Keith Martin - Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Enterprise never let my invisible illness hold me back

Having diabetes could have meant that my work days would have been a struggle to get through. However thanks to what Enterprise does for me, my illness has never been a problem.
April 18, 2017

Aysun recognises the ‘ability’ in ‘disability’

Aysun has worked for years to promote employment for people with disabilities. It’s a professional as well as a personal passion. It’s thanks to colleagues like her that we’re proud to be an inclusive workplace that offers the respect and opportunities to succeed - whatever your circumstances.
March 14, 2017

The adjustments I received for my disability helped me succeed

Disclosing my disability when I applied for my placement year with Enterprise meant that I could get the adjustments I needed. Dyslexia can be difficult to deal with but I refuse to let it define me or hold me back. My determination and the support I’ve received so far has enabled me to be successful in my internship.
January 23, 2017

Supporting invisible disabilities in the workplace

Disabilities are not always visible, so a culture of trust and open dialogue in the workplace is essential – as Rachael found out.
April 27, 2016

Invisible illness? Don’t suffer in silence

Living with an illness that other people can’t see needn’t stop you from getting on in the work-place, as Enterprise’s Gabriella Ragno explains.