Hilton ranked among Fortune 100 best companies to work for
Mclean, VANCOUVER, 9 days ago
Hilton has claimed a spot on the 2017 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list, which recognises companies that have exceptional workplace cultures.
Ranking at No. 26 this year, Hilton increased its position by 30 places since 2016.
“As a business of people serving people, our team members are truly at the heart of our success,” said Christopher J. Nassetta, president and CEO, Hilton. “We are proud to support our team members in both their personal and professional lives, as a part of our commitment to being the most hospitable company in the world.”
Each year, Fortune partners with Great Place to Work to identify the 100 best companies to work For. The selection process includes an employee survey and an in-depth questionnaire about company practices and programmes.
Hilton consistently enlists feedback from team members to ensure it provides the career opportunities, benefits and rewards that matter most to them, including:
• Industry-leading benefits for all – hourly and salaried – team members, such as parental leave, adoption assistance and GED assistance programmes
• Exclusive travel discounts and perks for team members, families and friends through the company’s Go Hilton Travel Programmes
• Ongoing and annual appreciation programmes that enable guests, peers and managers to recognise team members at all levels
• Time and monetary resources that empower team members to support their environments and local communities
• Ongoing learning and development resources that help team members plan and manage their careers, as well as develop new skills
“Congratulations to the 2017 100 Best,” said Michael C. Bush, CEO, Great Place to Work. “These leading companies are at the vanguard of a new business frontier, where organisations know they have to develop the full human potential of all their employees. They are working to build Great Places to Work For All, which are better for business, better for people and better for the world.” - TradeArabia News Service