Hilton Named Best Hospitality Company To Work For The 6th Year

Hilton has yet again named the best hospitality company in the Asia Pacific to work for in Great Place to Work’s “Best Workplaces in Asia” list for the sixth year running – and third in the top 100 companies across all industries in the multinational category.

The win comes off the back of a number of individual country accolades awarded to Hilton this year, including rankings amongst the Best Workplaces in Australia, Greater China, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka as well as certifications as a Great Place To Work in six countries including Fiji, Malaysia, Maldives, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, and Thailand. In March this year, Hilton was also named the “Best Workplace for Women in Greater China” for the third consecutive year by Great Place to Work.

“As a business of people serving people, our team members are at the heart of everything we do. To have made the coveted Best Workplaces in Asia list – and remained the top hospitality company to work for especially as we emerge from the global pandemic where Travel and Tourism were amongst the hardest hit – is a true testament to the purpose-driven culture we have built. We are incredibly proud of the 46,000 team members who are the driving force behind our strong workplace culture – their commitment to delivering unwavering hospitality to our guests, communities, and each other has made this remarkable win possible,” said Alan Watts, President – Asia Pacific, Hilton.

“Hilton is focused on building a strong culture of growth, inclusion, wellness, and purpose – and this accolade is a strong signal of how it has resonated with our team members. There remain opportunities to do more for our teams – from enhancing current development programs for their professional growth to finding new platforms that can support their personal wellness journey, we are committed to enhancing our workplace environment where our team members can thrive in body, mind and spirit, discover their passions, and be their authentic self,” said Patsy Ng, Vice President, Human Resources, Asia Pacific, Hilton.

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