At Radisson Hotel Group, we believe that people are at the center of a successful hospitality business. The foremost way to be a responsible company is to have ethical business practices at the core of our culture. Our ethical standards can be seen every day in the way we treat all our stakeholders from customers and team members to suppliers and other business partners. We believe in providing meaningful employment, developing our team’s talents and increasing young people’s employability. We also promote human rights, business ethics and diversity in our hotels, our business network and our supply chain.


Radisson Hotel Group’s focus is on generating shared value through job creation, people development and rewarding opportunities for a global and diverse workforce. The majority of our hotels are independently owned and operated with of our franchise owners sharing a similar commitment to their employees. We support our team members and franchisees with on-the-job skills training and extensive development opportunities through our Learning Link online courses, and Radisson Hotel Group Business School classes.

We train nearly 25,000 team members annually.


Youth unemployment is a real issue in many countries around the world.  We look to the community to discover and develop talent to generate interest in young people to join this exciting global industry. Radisson Hotel Group and our franchisees often work with schools and non-profit organizations to offer trainee positions and job experience opportunities for young people, including at-risk-youth and other vulnerable members of society.

2,500 young people received training in Radisson Hotel Group hotels last year.


We celebrate the diversity of our people, respect that every one of us is unique, and we strive to create a work environment where the things that make us different are valued. We recognize and embrace the richness of diverse talent and focus on balanced leadership. We encourage our franchise owners to value these same principles.

The 95,000 team members working under the Radisson Hotel Group come from 160 different countries.


Radisson Hotel Group endorses the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and is committed to promoting and enhancing human rights within our sphere of influence. In doing so, we put a specific focus on ending child sexual exploitation, all forms of human trafficking and forced or bonded labor.

View our Human Rights Policy Statement here.


The power of travel is borderless, but unfortunately, so are global risks. The safety and security of guests and employees is a core value deeply rooted in our culture and one that we expect each franchise owner to respect and emphasize in the operation of their hotels.

A risk management best practice library and self-assessment tool is provided to all Radisson Hotel Group hotels.


All interactions within Radisson Hotel Group—with our employees, partners, stakeholders and local communities—are based on the highest principles of business ethics contained in our Code of Conduct and Business Ethics.

Radisson Hospitality AB has been named to Ethisphere’s World's Most Ethical Companies list each year since 2010.


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