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Hilton Recognized as the #1 Best Workplace for Women in the U.S. for the Second Time in a Row

Originally published on Hilton  LinkedIn and Matthew Schuyler (CHRO at Hilton)

At Hilton, we know we are at our best when ALL of our Team Members are empowered to bring their whole selves to work. Today, we are proud to be recognized as the #1 Best Workplace for Women in the U.S. for the second year in a row! This honor joins our overall #1 ranking for 2020 and 2019 along with the other #GPTW4Women accolades we’ve received globally – U.K. (#2), Peru (#2), Colombia (#10), Argentina (#2) and Italy (#13).

These achievements underscore the work we have done and will continue to do to intentionally build up and support women at all levels, and our steadfast commitment to creating a fair and inclusive environment for all.

 

 

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