Hilton and Insight Enterprises named world’s best workplaces

Hilton Insight EnterprisesHotel chain Hilton and global solutions integrator Insight Enterprises have been named as two of the world’s best workplaces in 2023 by Fortune magazine and Great Place to Work.

To determine the world’s best workplaces and offer certification status, each year Great Place to Work uses feedback from surveys and data about culture, workforce and employee experience.

To qualify for Fortune’s world’s best workplaces list, employers must appear on at least five of Great Place to Work’s Best Workplaces lists in Asia, Europe, Latin America, Africa, North America or Australia, with at least 40%, or 5,000, of employees located outside of the country it is headquartered in.

Hilton ranked top of the list and was the number one workplace in Argentina, Austria, China, Dominican Republic, France, India, Italy, Peru, Portugal, Switzerland and Uruguay. It received recognition due to its focus on creating an inclusive workplace, growth opportunities and support for its 460,000 team members around the world. Its benefits to both hourly and salaried workers include expanded parental leave, adoption assistance and its Go Hilton travel programme.

Meanwhile, Insight Enterprises was ranked 20th on the list as a result of its commitment to creating inclusive and positive work environments, and its consideration of the breadth and impact of its workplace programmes.

The top 10 world’s best workplaces 2023 are:

  1. Hilton
  2. DHL Express
  3. Cisco
  4. AbbVie
  5. Teleperformance
  6. Deloitte
  7. Salesforce
  8. Stryker
  9. Cadence
  10. Accenture

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Simon Vincent, executive vice president and president of Europe, Middle East and Africa at Hilton, said: “This award celebrates our remarkable team members’ dedication and the culture of innovation and inclusivity we’ve nurtured for more than a century. It’s a testament to the power of investing in our people to create an exceptional workplace where everyone can thrive.”

Jen Vasin, chief human resources officer at Insight, added: “We have established a dynamic, values-first culture that empowers our teammates to consistently deliver transformation across all types of businesses and industries globally. Teammates thrive in this environment, knowing they will grow personally and professionally while prioritising success.”