Global hospitality company Hilton has been certified as a ‘Great Place to Work’ for the first time in the Maldives.
The certificate is awarded by the global research and consulting firm Great Place To Work®.
This year, Hilton was named Singapore’s top hospitality company and the highest-ranked hospitality company in Sri Lanka and the Philippines. Hilton was also certified as a ‘Great Place to Work’ for the second time in Malaysia and Thailand.
“Receiving consistent recognition for our culture across South East Asia is a true honour and reflection of how our team members have come together to ensure Hilton continues to be an inclusive and welcoming workplace,” said Alexandra Murray, area vice president & head of South East Asia, Hilton.
“Being a business of people serving people, we are fully committed to ensuring that our team members continue to thrive as they deliver unparalleled hospitality to all our guests. As we continue to expand our presence and double our portfolio in South East Asia in the coming years, we will continue to invest in our team members and ensure Hilton remains a great place to work for all.”
To be certified as a Great Place to Work, companies must meet the minimum quantitative threshold on an employee survey, which gathers feedback on how credibility, respect, fairness, camaraderie and pride are expressed in the workplace.
Hilton celebrated the accolades as proof of its “unwavering commitment to be the employer of choice for nearly 10,000 team members in South East Asia, guided by its purpose-driven culture in creating an inclusive environment where team members are able to bring their most authentic selves to work, realise their potential and enable their growth.”
Hilton’s initiatives for its staff include: [email protected], its employer value proposition that cultivates meaningful opportunities and a workplace culture where all team members can thrive regardless of background, role and location; Hilton SEA Management Trainee program that set the benchmark in producing a whole generation of young leaders in hospitality; [email protected], an industry-leading learning platform that offers a suite of learning resources on management and leadership, including a Leadership Unscripted video series where senior leaders share career advice and virtual development programs created in partnership with Harvard; [email protected], which provides guidance and highlights opportunities for young people in the hospitality industry through annual awareness campaigns; Go Hilton, the company’s popular team member travel programme which offers discounted travel benefits, and 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 expansion of Hilton’s mental wellness hub, where it aims to support team members in caring not only for themselves, but also for those closest to them.