Hilton as the Best Workplace for Women in Greater China

For the third consecutive year, Hilton has been awarded as the “Best Workplace for Women in Greater China” by Great Place to Work, a global authority on workplace culture. As one of the world’s leading hospitality operators, this recognition is a testament to the brand’s dedication to supporting the personal and professional growth of its female employees.

Hilton is delighted and honoured to receive the title of ‘Best Workplace for Women in Greater China’ yet again.

“We have always been focused on empowering the growth of our female talent who have contributed in no small part to the Hilton of today. This accolade is an affirmation of not only the strength of our female team members but also Hilton’s diverse and inclusive talent development strategy,” said Christine Wang, vice president of human resources, Greater China and Mongolia, Hilton.

Over the past two years, the pandemic has posed several challenges to the tourism industry. However, despite this, Hilton’s female team members have continued to showcase optimism, innovation, and selfless devotion. According to Wang, the award belongs to all their female team members.

Hilton’s dedication to building a diverse and inclusive culture within its workplace is a key driver of the brand’s success. It established a Team Member Resource Group led by females dedicated to empowering each other through thoughtful activities and discourse on important topics, such as workplace diversity, equity, and tolerance, throughout the year.

Additionally, the hotel giant has set new goals for diversity, equity and inclusion in its Greater China and Mongolia region with plans to build a fast-track lane for women in leadership. Over the last three years, almost 60 percent of associates in the talent development and leadership programs are female, amongst whom a number have been promoted to higher positions of responsibility.

To further support its female team members, Hilton in Greater China and Mongolia is launching female leadership and career development programs and seeks to become a key platform for nurturing female leadership via community, mentorship and collaboration.