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"Today, after many wonderful destinations in my life, I dream of doing at least a little good for someone each day," says Rodriguez.
As executive chairman and chairman of the board of Marriott International, he was selected for pursuing business excellence.
"We need leadership to bring us together, to find areas of common ground and to help us find a path through issues that require compromise," writes Arne Sorenson.
For its partnership with the Wounded Warriors Family Support organization, Marriott International was recently honored by the IFA.
Marriott's Ray Bennett, Chief Global Officer of Global Operations, and Dick Marriott, Chairman of the Board of Host Hotels, hosted approximately 80 students from local schools.
"The true heart of an inclusive environment is about everyone feeling like family," said Rodriguez, EVP & Global Chief HR Officer, Marriott International.
After passing his two-year cancer-free milestone, David Rodriguez ran his first 5K at Marriott's "TakeCare Unplugged."
Marriott International continues to closely monitor Hurricane Matthew
The Colombian chamber awarded the most “Friendly Biz” certification to Marriott.
Marriott Hotels partners with TED, the nonprofit devoted to ideas worth spreading.
Marriott International Launches M Live Europe, the Company’s Fourth Global Marketing Real-Time Command Center
The newest studio will serve as the epicenter for creating real-time content and generating social engagement with travelers in Europe.
Companies, including several DiversityInc Top 50, threatened to leave the state if the law passed.
It is still legal to fire someone for being gay in 32 states. The Equality Act would end employee discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
The companies with the best data for women in management and senior roles use three best practices most frequently – mentoring, employee-resource groups, and flexible workplaces
Accepting an award for LGBT support, Marriott International CEO Arne Sorensen called Indian’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act “madness” and said it was about “politics of divisiveness.”
The corporate, political and social backlash against Indiana’s new ‘Religious Freedom Law’ is escalating. The fight against the law, which allows LGBT discrimination, is led by Diversityinc Top 50 companies Eli Lilly and Company and Cummins
They join 354 other businesses/organizations in urging the Supreme Court to strike down the remaining 13 state bans on same-gender marriage.
Today, Marriott's portfolio includes 660 diverse- and women-owned hotels. There are another 433 in development, with 130 scheduled to open by year-end 2015.