At a well-attended ceremony in Mumbai, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts has been recognized as one of ‘India’s best companies to work for in 2016’ by Great Place to Work® (GPTW) Institute. In line with its philosophy of ‘Purpose and Care’, Hyatt as a workplace believes in promoting camaraderie, trust and pride amongst its employees to ensure that they are at their best every day. Hyatt moved up by one rank and stood 11th this year in the GPTW India list.
“Hyatt is delighted to be climbing up in the annual GPTW rankings. Our teams at our hotels throughout India are making strenuous efforts to ensure a strong workplace environment that has become the hallmark of our ethos. Our focus on our overarching commitment to caring for our people so that they can be their best is reaping the right results and we are committed to making sure that this continues.”
“Our people are a part of Hyatt’s unique familial culture and each one of us shares an emotional connection not only with individual properties we work in, but with the powerful brand promise that is shared worldwide. This recognition from GPTW is extremely encouraging and motivating for our continuous efforts towards becoming the most preferred workplace for the associates as well as potential talent,” said Ramjan Bhugeloo, Regional Vice President, Human Resources, Southwest Asia, Hyatt Hotels and Resorts.
Hyatt has now achieved yet another milestone in establishing the fact that employees at Hyatt enjoy their workplace which translates into authentic hospitality for guests.
As a part of the India’s Best Companies to Work for 2016 study, about 800 organisations across industries, employee strength and revenue brackets applied to be assessed. Over 155,119 employees were surveyed, making it the largest survey of workplace cultures in corporate India. As a part of this programme, the organisations were studied under two dimensions. First, being a unique employee-centric framework that measures the levels of Trust, Pride and Camaraderie prevalent in an organisation. Second, through a questionnaire seeking to understand the people practices, philosophy and values of an organisation. In the 13th year of assessment, Great Place To Work® Institute, India has recognised the 100 best workplaces that comprise of organisations across 16 industries, with employee strength varying from less than 500 to more than 10,000, shattering the myth that organisations of certain legacy, size or revenue are more likely to become great workplaces.