Essay about Human Resource Management in Hilton Worldwide

3505 Words Mar 31st, 2014 15 Pages
Managing Human Capital Hilton Worldwide

Contents Executive Summary 2 1.0 Introduction 2 1.1. Human Resource Management 2 1.2. Hilton Profile 3 Vision Statement 3 1.3. Chosen position: Hotel Manager 3 2.0 Analysis to identify the HRM issues and challenges 5 2.1 Weaknesses and challenges of the chosen industry. 6 2.2 Practices which leads to improvement 6 2.2.1 Planning, recruitment and selection 6 2.2.2 Training and development 7 2.2.3 Reward management 8 2.2.4 Employee relations 9 3.0 Conclusion 11 4.0 References 13

Executive Summary The project was structured in several sections that yield information on major topics: planning, recruitment and selection; training and
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Source: (Junior HR's Guide, 2011)

1.2. Hilton Profile The report focused particularly on the following hotel chain Hilton Worldwide. Hilton legacy began in 1925, it was founded by Conrad N. Hilton. The first hotel was built in Texas and had 40 rooms; today Hilton is one of the most respected brands in the world. The company owns, manages or franchises a hotel group of some of the most famous and highly regarded hospitality brands worldwide, including Hilton, Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Double Tree by Hilton, Embassy Suites Hotels, Hampton, Hilton Grant Vacations, Homewood Suites by Hilton and the Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts. With 4000 hotels and 650,000 rooms in 90 countries Hilton Worldwide is one of the world’s leading hotel. (Hilton Worldwide, 2013)
Vision Statement To be the first choice of hotel guests, team members, and owners alike, building on the heritage and history by:

Employees of Hilton Worldwide are called “team members”. Hilton is known as a well-knit team whose members are always ready to help and support each other. Hilton Worldwide very much values and appreciates their employees. (Hilton Worldwide, 2013) 1.3. Chosen position: Hotel Manager This report is going to present the importance of planning, recruitment and selection, training and development, reward management in the human resource management of hotel industry. For detailed consideration,
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