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12 Jul 2022


Hyatt: Additional information following publication of our 2022 survey on recruitment risk in Qatar's hotels

Thank you for your follow-up. We would like to respond to your request for more information below.

Through World of Care, Hyatt’s Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) platform, we are committed to advancing human rights amongst our key stakeholders, including colleagues, guests, business partners, and community members.

Hyatt respects the fundamental human rights of all people, as embodied in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We manage our business in line with this belief and strive to foster similar ideas in those with whom we do business.

Hyatt supports the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance’s Forced Labour Principles related to ethical recruitment, further detailed in our UK Modern Slavery Statement. We are working with the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance and the International Organization on Migration (IoM) through a program announced last year, focused ethical recruitment in select Gulf Countries (including Qatar).