In the bustling world of workplaces, there’s one name that stands out – Hilton’s. Imagine a place where over 460,000 team members across 124 countries and territories call home. Well, that’s Hilton, and guess what? It’s not just any workplace; it’s been crowned the Best Place to Work globally, a groundbreaking achievement for any hospitality giant.
Hilton has been named the No. 1 Best Place to Work in the World by Fortune magazine and Great Place to Work® for 2023. This is the first time a hospitality company has topped the prestigious list. The recognition is a testament to Hilton’s commitment to creating a culture of inclusion, belonging, and opportunity for its more than 460,000 team members across 124 countries and territories.
“We are incredibly proud to be named the No. 1 Best Place to Work in the World,” said Christopher Nassetta, President and CEO, Hilton. “This is a reflection of our amazing team members who bring our culture to life every day and make Hilton a truly special place to work.”
Hilton’s winning culture is built on its core values of respect, integrity, teamwork, passion, and ownership. The company has a long history of investing in its team members, offering them opportunities for training, development, and advancement.
“Hilton is a company that truly cares about its people,” said Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work®. “They have created a culture where employees feel valued, respected, and empowered to do their best work.”
Hilton’s recognition as the No. 1 Best Place to Work in the World is a testament to its commitment to creating a world-class workplace. The company is committed to continuing to invest in its team members and creating a culture where everyone can thrive.
Hilton’s Culture of Inclusion
Hilton is committed to creating a workplace where everyone feels welcome, valued, and respected. The company has a number of initiatives in place to promote diversity and inclusion, including:
- A diversity and inclusion council that provides leadership and guidance on diversity and inclusion initiatives across the company.
- A number of employee resource groups (ERGs) that provide support and networking opportunities for team members from different backgrounds.
- Unconscious bias training to help team members recognize and address their own unconscious biases.
Hilton’s Commitment to Team Member Development
Hilton is committed to investing in its team members and helping them reach their full potential. The company offers a number of training and development programs, including:
- Hilton University, which offers a wide range of courses on topics such as leadership, hospitality, and customer service.
- The Hilton Leadership Academy, which provides leadership development opportunities for high-potential team members.
- The Hilton Talent Acquisition and Development program, which helps team members identify and develop their career goals.
Hilton’s Recognition as a Great Place to Work
Hilton’s recognition as a Great Place to Work is a testament to the company’s commitment to creating a culture where everyone can thrive. The company is proud of its team members and is committed to continuing to invest in them and creating a workplace where everyone feels valued and respected.
Hilton: Where Work Feels Like Home
Led by the dynamic Christopher Nassetta, Hilton’s success story is rooted in values like respect, integrity, teamwork, passion, and ownership. But it’s not just about winning awards; Hilton invests in its team, offering a journey, not just a job. As we step into the world of Hilton, let’s explore how this hospitality powerhouse has become not just a hotel chain but a global leader in making work feel like home. Being in the Hilton experience – where every day is a celebration of teamwork, growth, and success.
About Great Place to Work®
Great Place to Work® is a global authority on workplace culture. Since 1992, they have surveyed more than 100 million employees worldwide, recognizing the best workplaces in the world as part of their annual lists.