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Wyndham Destinations awarded "best workplace for inclusion" in the USA

The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the National Business Inclusion Consortium and the 2019 Corporate Equality Index awarded the company for its inclusion policy.

Kimberly Marshall, Wyndham Destinations chief human resources officer said: “We recognize that diversity of thought, culture and expertise positively fuels the guest experiences we deliver and strengthens the collaborative operation of our workforce. We cultivate an inclusive and diverse environment enabling our global team of more than 24,000 associates to realize their full potential.”

The Wyndham Destinations Inclusion and Diversity Strategy includes (quoted):

  • A recruitment program to develop a diverse pipeline of talent that includes candidates from a variety of backgrounds, cultures and experiences, including women, people of color, veterans, those with disabilities, mature job seekers and more.
  • A comprehensive training and development curriculum that includes Diversity and Inclusion principles for the entire workforce.
  • A host of Employee Resource Groups for various cultural affinities, all designed for employees to engage in the business expansion process, networking, personal development and affiliation with colleagues across the business.
  • A global supplier diversity program to increase the company’s network of minority vendors and other diverse suppliers.

You will have an opportunity to listen and ask questions to Dimitris Manikis President & Managing Director for Europe, Middle East, Eurasia and Africa during the 24th Global Lodging Forum, there is still time to register!


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