52 Days Left Until Housekeeping Week.
MEET THE HEART OF HILTON

Click here to view stories from the Heart of Hilton: Team Members like you who “fill the earth with the light and warmth of hospitality” every day!

GET READY FOR INTERNATIONAL HOUSEKEEPING WEEK!

International Housekeeping Week is September 10-16, 2017. Every year, we set aside one special week to honor our year-round heroes of Housekeeping. You can begin downloading a variety of customizable recognition tools to recognize this valuable team today. And beginning August 15, induct your team into the 2017 Housekeeping Wall of Fame for a chance to win a team party worth US $100. We’ve also included the ability to view and print your own hotel-specific scrapbook. Display the scrapbook for all to see, and present copies to your Housekeeping team as a memento of the week. Check back on August 15 for more information.

CLICK HERE TO ORDER A VARIETY OF GIFTS TO RECOGNIZE YOUR TEAM

THREE WAYS TO
RECOGNIZE YOUR TEAM

Beginning August 15

ADD A PHOTO TO THE
2017 WALL OF FAME

Post a photo of your team, along with a note of appreciation. View photos from across Hilton starting August 15.

Share a photo (coming soon)

LOGIN AND CREATE
A HOTEL SCRAPBOOK

View and create an online scrapbook specific to your property to share with your team. Add as many photos as you’d like.

Log in (beginning August 15)

WIN A HOUSEKEEPING TEAM PARTY WORTH US $100
We’re giving 50 PROPERTIES a $100 gift card good for a team party. To be eligible, all you have to do is submit a photo of your team.

Find out more.

Best Practices
Have Lunch With the GM. Get to know your Housekeeping team at lunch! This week, divide the Housekeeping team into small groups. Each day, take a group to lunch with the GM, or bring lunch in. Be sure to include the Executive Housekeeper! The meal can be as simple as an order from a local sub shop or burger joint. The important thing is to take time to get to know your team, and say “Thanks” to them.
DID YOU KNOW?
Studies show that one in three employees cite lack of recognition as a factor when
leaving their job. Recognition can positively impact retention and much more.