The Radisson Blu Hotel, Nice is committed to a willful policy of controlled development of diversity. In 2010 it became the first hotel in France to obtain the Diversity Label. Awarded by AFNOR, a French certification organisation, the label recognizes companies that fight daily against any type of discrimination. This initiative resulted in the receipt of a diversity trophy in October 2011. The hotel then created a Diversity Unit to consistently promote the equality of all.
The hotel has incorporated concern with societal challenges and sustainable development into its framework strategy, policies, commitments and corporate philosophy. For the hotel, recognising differences as a source of wealth, creativity and performance is much more than a political, economic or marketing asset.
The Diversity Label 2012-2013 includes:
- Committing to new priorities such as integrating disabled employees and helping them to keep their jobs, and further development of parity among staff members
- Ensuring an ongoing social dialogue with all trade unions
- Increasing awareness, training and communication about this commitment both internally and externally
- Promoting employment for minorities through partnerships with associations or local missions
By developing these projects, the hotel is able to naturally and effectively mobilise customers, suppliers and employees. Hotel staff shares a common conviction that diversity is a true source of wealth and tolerance.
All guests are invited to become an integral part of this dynamic and to stand up in the fight against all forms of discrimination. Any witness to a discriminatory situation during a stay should write to the hotel’s diversity contact (email@example.com) or contact the duty manager available at 7100.