Marriott’s ‘Healthy Hotel Certification’ undergoes digital expansion, rebranding

Previously available only to Marriott properties, the certification is now open to external organisations as well

The certification features new application questions
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The certification features new application questions

Marriott International’s ‘Healthy Hotel Certification’ has been rebranded and undergone a digital expansion with the launch of – TakeCare Certification.

Originally targeted at promoting employee wellbeing at Marriott properties only, the certification is now available “to all external organisations, including schools, volunteer organisations, non-profits, hospitals, offices, teams and communities” help promote opportunity, community and purpose for all

The certification features new application questions and recognises organisations with Silver, Gold, Platinum and Titanium awards. Organisations that complete the questionnaire are assigned a certification level based on their score.

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“As we continue to grow the global TakeCare wellbeing brand, this certification will help promote the timeless people-first values behind Marriott’s culture beyond our hotels to organizations around the world,” said Dr. David Rodriguez, executive vice president and global chief human resources officer at Marriott International.

The TakeCare Certification rebranding comes weeks after Marriott announced the launch of TakeCare Level30, a custom app-based wellbeing challenge available for guests and associates around the world.

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