Hilton Recognized as Top Workplace in the Philippines for the Third Year in a Row

Hilton, a leading global hospitality company, has once again been named one of the best workplaces in the Philippines by Great Place to Work®, a global research and consulting firm.

Ranked #3 in the medium-sized organization category, this marks the third consecutive year that Hilton has been recognized as the top hospitality company to work for in the country.

Great Place to Work® evaluates companies based on metrics such as trust, opportunities for employees to reach their full potential, and employees' daily experience of the company's values.

"Nurturing an environment that empowers our Team Members across all backgrounds and roles to thrive both personally and professionally has always been a key priority at Hilton. Our Team Members are the secret to our success, and we will continue to be committed to empower them to bring their best selves to work," said Alexandra Murray, vice president, regional head of South East Asia.

Hilton's initiatives include Thrive@Hilton, a program and employer proposition aimed at supporting employee well-being, the Hilton SEA Management Trainee program, which seeks to attract and nurture young talent across Hilton's hotels in Southeast Asia, and the Women In Leadership (WIL) initiative, which supports women leaders across Southeast Asia.

In addition to these initiatives, Hilton also contributes to the growth of the hospitality industry in the Philippines by partnering with Punlaan School to offer scholarships and training programs for underprivileged young women passionate about growing a career in hospitality.

To determine the Philippine’s Best Workplaces™️ 2024 List, Great Place To Work® analyzed confidential survey feedback from over 450,000 employees across different industries in the country through the Culture Management platform Emprising® and the Trust Index Survey™️

Ms. Angel Faith Danganan serves as the President of Central Luzon Balita and has worked as a broadcast journalist with the news group for less than a decade. Originally from Capas, Tarlac, she actively participates in numerous civic groups and public service initiatives. She took up her Broadcast communication studies at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) Manila.

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