Accor obtained Great Place to Work certification in three South American countries

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Accor obtained Great Place to Work certification in three South American countries
November 24, 2022

Chile, Colombia and Peru are the three countries in which Accor has earned certification. In Latin America, 3,500 organizations have been certified

Once again, the Accor hospitality group obtained the Great Place To Work certification in three countries of the Southern Cone, a distinction that recognizes it as an entity that offers a work experience with world standards to each of its employees.

“A year has passed since the resumption of the business and its difficulties, this great achievement is the result of the continuous effort made on a day-to-day basis by the collaborators. Therefore, we want to thank you for your dedication and for exploring unlimited possibilities, challenging the status quo! We are Heartists!”, said Franck Pruvost, Accor's COO for Hispanic countries, adding that an event like this should always be a moment of pride, recognition and celebration.

Certification is the first step to understand how a Great Place to Work is built and, in addition, it generates special appreciation for those who make up the organization. It allows to strengthen the employer brand, attracting and retaining the best talent in the market, and raises the levels of pride and commitment. 

The measurement to obtain the certification is carried out through a survey completed by the collaborators, called the Trust Index. In it, those who are part of the organization disclose their perception of the organization on different topics. In addition, the diagnosis obtained with specific data from the perceptions of the teams, allows managing the levels of commitment and satisfaction to align them with the organizational strategy.

In this way, it stands as an achievement that maximizes the potential of the team and helps to achieve business objectives.

Great Place To Work® is a global research, consulting and training firm with operations in more than 60 countries. Given her background, she is an expert in organizational climate and culture and her main objective is to help organizations identify, create and sustain Great Places to Work through the development of Cultures of Trust.



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