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As the hospitality industry inches back from its pandemic low point, Marriott continues to look out for employees with increased mental health support—including online resources to help workers manage stressful situations—and paid sick time for employees who are unable to work because of a positive COVID-19 diagnosis or who have been required to quarantine because of exposure. Managers of the family-run company “pride themselves in their take-care culture of treating employees as you would treat a guest,” one staffer says. The international hotel chain has focused initiatives to recruit and support employees from a wide set of backgrounds, including setting a goal to hire at least 1,000 veterans in 2021. It also has a partnership with the International Rescue Committee to hire refugees. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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