Hilton Ranked #2 Workplace in the World
Leading hospitality company recognized for powerful workplace culture
McLEAN, Va. – For the seventh year in a row, Hilton has been recognized for its exceptional workplace culture and named as one of the World’s Best Workplaces by Fortune magazine and Great Place to Work. Hilton ranked #2 of the top 25 companies and remains the only hospitality company on the list. Since first earning this recognition in 2016, Hilton has continued to build upon its strong workplace culture through an unwavering focus on creating an environment that’s inclusive, offers growth opportunities, is driven by purpose and allows team members to bring their best, most authentic selves to work.
“For more than a century, we’ve been guided by our founding purpose to make the world a better place through our hospitality – and it’s a vision that continues to guide the work we do each day to create exceptional experiences for our guests and support our team members,” said Chris Nassetta, president and CEO, Hilton. “We are so honored to be recognized as one of the World’s Best Workplaces, which is truly a testament to the culture our Hilton family has created and all the work we continue to do to build the best, most inclusive home away from home for our team members. As we usher in a new era of hospitality, we are proud to celebrate our progress, and continue our journey to be the most hospitable workplace for all.”
Hilton is dedicated to building a culture that supports team members at every stage of their personal and professional journeys and that empowers them to be themselves at work each and every day.
The hospitality company provides best-in-class benefits to both hourly and salaried team members, including expanded parental leave, adoption assistance, access to debt-free education through Guild Education, and discounted travel benefits through the popular Go Hilton team member travel program.
Building on that foundation, last year as part of its Thrive at Hilton platform, Hilton launched a new mental wellness hub to enable team members to easily and seamlessly find and access all of the company’s mental health benefits, resources and tools. This year, Hilton expanded on this commitment with the launch of Care for All, a new industry-leading caregiving initiative designed to support team members on their caregiving journeys. The Care for All platform is an extension of Hilton’s efforts to support team members in caring not only for themselves, but also for those closest to them, whether it be children, parents, siblings, pets, or anyone who needs care.
“At Hilton, we aim to inspire team members to bring their best selves to work each day and to be their authentic selves at every step of their career journey,” said Laura Fuentes, chief human resources officer, Hilton. “We believe Hilton can be a place of endless opportunity – one where our teams can achieve their full human potential, accelerate the growth of our business, and inspire the world.”
Hilton is constantly seeking new ways to increase flexibility at its properties and corporate offices and is committed to providing a value proposition that offers a flexible ecosystem of offerings that allow team members to achieve their full human potential in an environment of inclusion, wellness, growth, and purpose.
With a workforce spanning across 122 countries and territories, this recognition is a result of positive feedback directly from team members. Hilton is honored to have been named #1 Best Workplace for Women in the U.S. and in Türkiye. In 2022, the company was also named the top place to work in Austria, China, Ireland, Peru, Türkiye and Uruguay.