Hilton Recognized as One of the 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials by Great Place to Work and Fortune
Global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work and Fortune magazine announced that Hilton has been recognized as one of the 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials in 2016. The list recognizes the 100 employers around the world who scored the highest among millennials, who make up more than 36% of Hilton’s workforce.
“At Hilton, our goal is to provide the very best environment for Team Members of all ages,” said Christopher J. Nassetta, president & CEO of Hilton. “We’re honored to be recognized for the many ways we support and empower our Millennial Team Members, who represent the largest and fastest-growing percentage of our global workforce.”
The company is committed to offering competitive benefits and perks to ensure that Team Members succeed both in their personal lives and careers. As part of Hilton’s commitment to leveraging the perspectives and ides of younger generations and to foster innovation and increased competitiveness in the marketplace, Hilton will launch a new Team Member Resource Group (TMRG) focused on Millennials later this year. Hilton’s Matthew Schuyler, chief human resources officer, will be the executive sponsor of this first global TMRG, with representation from all of the company’s corporate locations around the world.
Some of the other benefits offered to Hilton Team Members include:
- Exciting Global Opportunities
- Dynamic Development & Recognition Programs
- Innovative Work Environment
- Worldwide Travel Perks
- Industry-Leading Benefits
- Meaningful Work with Robust Corporate Responsibility Programs
“This recognition reflects our commitment to creating fulfilling programs and career experiences for all five generations of Hilton Team Members,” said Matthew Schuyler. “Like all of our Team Members, Millennials’ passion for hospitality, desire to be involved in meaningful opportunities and innovative spirit help to deliver on Hilton’s mission to be the most hospitable company in the world.”