Hilton Recognized as Top Hospitality Company to Work for in Vietnam

Hilton was named one of Vietnam’s Best Workplaces for creating a positive and growth-oriented work environment for its employees.

HO CHI MINH – Hilton earned a spot on Vietnam’s Best Workplaces list for the first time this year, ranking #2 across the medium-sized business category. Awarded by global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work®, this win is Hilton’s second workplace recognition in Southeast Asia this year, where Hilton was also the highest-ranked hospitality company on the Philippines Best Workplaces 2024 list

The achievement, determined by Great Place to Work®’s annual workforce study in the country, assesses factors such as employees’ feedback for trust, growth opportunities within the organization, alignment with company values and leadership effectiveness. This recognition stems from the positive feedback received from Hilton team members across the country, where Hilton has five trading properties and another seven in the pipeline.

“We are incredibly proud to be receiving this accolade in Vietnam on the back of our inaugural participation in the country’s Best Workplaces list by Great Place to Work®. It reaffirms the trust that our team members in Vietnam and across South East Asia have in Hilton, and the collective effort that goes into creating a purpose-driven and inclusive workplace. Our team members are the heart of our business, and we are fully dedicated to their growth and careers as they deliver exceptional experiences to guests,” said Alexandra Murray, vice president and regional head of South East Asia, Hilton. “As we continue our expansion in Vietnam, ensuring that Hilton remains a great place to work for all will continue to be one of our top priorities.”

To empower team members with a diverse range of growth opportunities and cultivate an industry-leading employee experience, Hilton’s initiatives include:

Thrive at Hilton, the company’s industry-leading program and employer proposition that provides meaningful opportunities for growth and personal development. Lead@Hilton, an industry-leading platform that offers a suite of learning resources on management and leadership, including virtual development programs created in partnership with Harvard.

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