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Hilton Opens 700 New Work-From-Home Positions

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New openings with the #1 company to work for in the U.S. offer remote work opportunities across the country

Hilton has announced the creation of 700 new full-time work-from-home positions, significantly expanding its remote career program and flexible work opportunities across the United States.

As part of the Hilton Reservation & Customer Care (HRCC) team, these new reservation and customer care specialists are the first point of contact to support guests with travel and reservation-related questions, often going above and beyond to deliver personalized service to customers.

In addition to working from the comfort and convenience of home, Team Members enjoy stable, year-round work, as well as opportunities to grow and advance their career through moves across departments or into management and training positions.

The work-from-home positions provide particularly valuable opportunities to those prone to geographic moves, such as military spouses, who, along with veterans and caregivers, benefit from Hilton’s Operation Opportunity program. Hilton recently announced expanding this program with a pledge to hire an additional 25,000 members of the military community by 2025, a commitment that is supported by Hilton’s military-friendly culture and enhanced training and development opportunities.

“My work from home career with Hilton started as a Customer Care Coordinator and quickly advanced to a Diamond Desk Coordinator, a position dedicated to assisting our Hilton Honors Diamond members exclusively,” said Hilton Team Member, Nicole Washburn. “From the beginning of my career at Hilton, there was a continual investment in my development and swift forward progress of growth that lead me to my current role as a Development Coach in Reservation Sales. Hilton’s Work From Home initiative provides career growth, a unique benefit for Team Members who rely on having a remote working arrangement; it’s no wonder that Hilton was named as one of the world’s best workplaces by Fortune Magazine.”

Team Members are also eligible for Hilton’s industry-leading comprehensive benefits, including 401k, professional development training and access to exclusive travel discounts through Hilton’s Team Member travel program, Go Hilton.

“Our team strives to deliver engaged and personalized hospitality in each and every guest interaction,” said Stephen Arnold, Vice President of US Operations HRCC. “Providing flexibility, support and the opportunity to develop an incredibly meaningful career from home is a critical part of how we empower our team to be their best for our guests and for themselves.”

Learn more about joining the #1 Best Company to Work For® in the U.S. by visiting jobs.hilton.com. Go behind-the-scenes and meet our Team Members by following us at Hilton Careers on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.

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About Hilton

Hilton (NYSE: HLT) is a leading global hospitality company with a portfolio of 17 world-class brands comprising nearly 6,000 properties with more than 954,000 rooms, in 117 countries and territories. Dedicated to fulfilling its mission to be the world’s most hospitable company, Hilton earned a spot on the 2019 World’s Best Workplaces list, and has welcomed more than 3 billion guests in its 100-year history. Through the award-winning guest loyalty program Hilton Honors, more than 100 million members who book directly with Hilton can earn Points for hotel stays and experiences money can’t buy, plus enjoy instant benefits, including digital check-in with room selection, Digital Key, and Connected Room. Visit newsroom.hilton.com for more information, and connect with Hilton on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube.

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