Wyndham Worldwide Included on 100 Best Corporate Citizen’s List

Wyndham Worldwide earns yet another award for their commitment to social and corporate responsibility. This time, they are honored by Corporate Responsibility Magazine with a spot on the 100 Best Corporate Citizens List. This is the first time that Wyndham has received this honor.

Corporate Responsibility Magazine awards the 100 Best Corporate Citizens list awards based on 298 factors. Key categories include the following: employee engagement, diversity, strong governance policies, leadership, and achievements in environmental responsibility.

Chairman and CEO, Wyndham Worldwide, Stephen Holmes said, “Our inclusion on CR Magazine’s 100 Best Corporate Citizen’s List is a reflection of our commitment to our core values, which enable us to consistently deliver great results. Through our concentrated corporate social responsibility efforts, which span across all of our business units, we continue to see a positive global impact CSR has on our operating performance and value created for our shareholders.”

When it comes to corporate responsibility, Wyndham has worked to integrate its business, employees, and communities into their policies and activities. By investing in their employees and company culture, Wyndham has also increased the value of the company to their stockholders. Currently, the Wyndham Worldwide stock on the NYSE is the single best performing stock since the recession in 2008.

Wyndham has also recently received recognition as a Top 50 Company for Diversity by DiversityInc. They were also honored as one of FORTUNE Magazine’s Most Admired Companies.

Executive VP and chief human resources officer, Wyndham Worldwide, Mary Falvey shared, “Acting with integrity and providing a great experience for our customers, associates and our communities is at the heart of everything we do at Wyndham Worldwide. Believing that we can do well by doing good, we are focused on making lasting contributions to the communities where we live and work, while making sure we are aligning with responsible business practices.”