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Great Place to Work and Fortune Honor Hilton

Great Place to Work and Fortune recognize Hilton as the No. 1 company to work for in the U.S.

By Todd R. Berger

5.8.24 Great Place to Work and Fortune Honor Hilton
Hilton hotel sign in Frankfurt, Germany; Hilton was honored as the No. 1 company to work for in the U.S. || Photo by EKH-Pictures, courtesy of Adobe

Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. has been recognized for its workplace culture. Great Place to Work and Fortune magazine named Hilton No. 1 on the 100 Best Companies to Work For in the U.S. list, marking Hilton’s ninth consecutive placement on the prestigious list and sixth consecutive year in the top 10. The recognition follows the company’s ranking as the No. 1 World’s Best Workplace and makes Hilton the only hospitality company to have earned the top spot on these prestigious lists.

“We are truly honored to be recognized yet again as the No. 1 Best Company to Work For in the U.S. Topping the list for the third time following our recognition as the No. 1 World’s Best Workplace is especially meaningful,” says Chris Nassetta, president and CEO of Hilton, in a prepared statement. “Our team members have always been at the heart of our hospitality, and these collective recognitions are the result of the passion they bring to our guests and to one another each and every day. We are so proud of the incredible culture we have built together and look forward to building on this tremendous foundation in the years to come.”

The Great Place to Work and Fortune recognition is the direct result of positive feedback from Hilton team members. Even during the turbulent times of the past five years, Hilton’s strong global culture helped the hospitality company remain committed to prioritizing its employees.

“The foundational elements of our culture were put in place over a century ago, when our founder Conrad Hilton asked the men and women of Hilton to think big, dream big, and act big,” says Laura Fuentes, chief human resources officer of Hilton. “This recognition is an opportunity to celebrate all we have accomplished to achieve his vision while also serving as a reminder that there is no finish line when it comes to focusing on what matters most to our team members—and that’s ensuring that they feel supported at every step of their personal and professional journeys.”

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