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Hertz Named As A Top 3 Learning! 100 Award Recipient In Private Sector Category

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PARK RIDGE, NJ--Sept. 24, 2013: The Hertz Corporation , the world's largest general use car rental brand, announced that the company was named a Learning! 100 Award Recipient by Elearning! Media Group (EMG), placing among the top three ranked private sector companies. Hertz was awarded the prestigious accolade for its learning innovation, global learning structures, senior leadership development, and learning and development effectiveness.

"We are very honored to become a Learning! 100 Award Recipient and to earn the plaudits of Elearning! Media Group," said Mark Frissora, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Hertz Corporation. "Hertz is highly focused on attracting, retaining and developing the best talent, underpinned by a strong investment in learning. This award is a great testimony to our progress, but never resting on our laurels, we will continue to seek to ways to further enhance our learning programs for our people."

The Learning! 100 Award recognizes 60 corporate and 40 public sector organizations for outstanding learning culture, innovation or collaboration that drives performance. "We are honored to recognize these top-performing learning organizations for 2013. Altogether, the Learning! 100 winners represent the best-of-the-best in learning and development throughout both the public and private sectors," reports Catherine Upton, Group Publisher, Elearning! Media Group.

The Learning! 100 Award program has a solid, research-based approach. Applicants were evaluated across three criteria: Aberdeen Group's Best-in-Class Learning & Development assessment, EMG's Learning Culture index, and overall organizational performance. Each submission received a rating for each section and scores were totaled to identify the top 100. The organizations' Learning! 100 ranking was determined by overall performance and the impact of their learning leadership.