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What We Stand For We believe that hospitality has the power to unlock a better tomorrow.
Promoting diversity and inclusion is a key driver of performance and innovation, because we believe in natural kindness, respect our differences and value all voices. 

With our Talent & Culture Teams around the world, we combat discrimination and promote equal opportunity across the Group. 
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Our employees are unique and we strive to make them feel valued and recognized, the same way we do for our guests and local communities. We act for good in all aspects of life. 
46%
of our employees are under 35 years of age
42%
of our employees are women
26,000+
Menbers in our RiiSE Network
Changing the world for good
A culture of inclusion for you to be who you want
At Accor, we believe in strength and in the power of diversity. What that means is a culture of inclusion that welcomes all personalities, regardless of race, gender, etc! Add your voice to 120 cultures.

Our approach to diversity is comprised of 4 key pillars:
  • gender diversity and equality
  • The integration of people with disabilities,
  • Richness of social,ethnic, racial and cultural diversity,
  • LGBTI+ inclusion.
At Accor, limitless opportunities are for everyone.

Recruitment: giving everyone an equal opportunity

Our talent acquisition approach respects the ethical commitments established by our Group, to ensure transparency, equity and respect, and the compliance with local legislation.  Click here to download our Recruitment Charter.

Our passion for hospitality goes beyond the walls of our hotels

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Our Planet 21 – Acting Here program endeavours to act for “positive hospitality”, to guarantee our clients quality products and services with a high environmental and social performance. Its ambition: ensure that they enjoy a more responsible hotel experience and encourage them to take action with us.

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Our Accor Heartist Solidarity endowment fund supports the Group's employees and its partners with their solidarity initiatives. It helps combat the economic and social exclusion of vulnerable people through training and vocational integration.

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A commitment supported by our Group’s 26,000+ members - of which 50% are men, which strives to combat stereotypes, everyday sexism, and sexual harassment.