SEATTLE, June 27, 2016 / PRNewswire / – Hyatt’s two downtown Seattle properties – Grand Hyatt Seattle and Hyatt at Olive 8 – were collectively named fifth best outdoor headquartered company Washingtonto work for Seattle Business Magazine’s 27th Annual “Washington’s The winners were selected based on detailed, anonymous survey responses from employees in 10 key business areas. In the “Advantages” category, the two Hyatt properties achieved the top five places this year and were placed in the top 5 last year in the category of large companies.
“The success of our downtown Hyatt properties is based on our dedication to looking after our employees and showing them the same dedication and respect that we show our guests,” he said Steve Vissotzky, General Manager of Hyatt at Olive 8 and Grand Hyatt Seattle. “Our entire team is honored that our efforts have been recognized, especially as we continue to manufacture Hyatt in the Olive 8 and Grand Hyatt Seattle locations, which provide excellent employee support and growth opportunities.”
Research firm Fieldwork Webwork has compiled and rated the confidential responses from thousands of employees who rated their companies in the following categories:
- Corporate culture
- Attitude & retention
- Managing directors
- Performance standards
- Responsibility & decision making
- Rewards & Recognition
- Initial and continuing education
- working environment
The full list of winners can be found in the July 2016 Edition of Seattle Business or online at seattlebusinessmag.com. For more information on Grand Hyatt Seattle and Hyatt at Olive 8, please visit www.grandseattle.hyatt.com and www.olive8.hyatt.com.
About Hyatt at Olive 8
A remarkable addition to the Seattle Skyline which is Hyatt’s landmark at Olive 8 Seattle First and only certified “green” hotel to be awarded LEED Silver (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) by the US Green Building Council July 2009, a 4 Green Key Eco-Rating in 2010 and Green Seal certified in September 2012. Co-designed by Seattle Architectural firm MulvannyG2 and renowned new York architect Richard GluckmanThe ultra-modern Olive 8 building has distinctive design elements including a sleek glass facade and one of the largest living roofs in the city. A total of 346 luxurious guest rooms and suites are located on the first 17 floors of the 39-story building (condominiums are on the top). The premier property offers a range of on-site amenities, including 11,000 square feet of green meeting space, the environmentally conscious Elaia Spa, a 65-foot lap pool, a 2,400-square-foot [email protected] Facility, eco-friendly housekeeping, valet parking and 24-hour room service. In addition, there is Urbane on the ground floor, a city center with 108 seats Seattle Restaurant and bar with fresh north-western cuisine Seattle Residents and guests alike. For more information on Hyatt at Olive 8 or reservations, visit www.olive8.hyatt.com.
About the Grand Hyatt Seattle
The luxurious Grand Hyatt Seattle combines cosmopolitan flair and tranquility in the Pacific Northwest. Located in the heart of the city’s thriving retail and theater district, this four-diamond AAA hotel offers classic Pacific Northwest design, extravagant modern amenities and uncompromising personal service. The hotel is just a few steps from the Seattle The Convention Center at the Grand Hyatt Seattle has 457 luxurious rooms, all complete with a sleek, contemporary design, luxurious Grand Beds ™, iHome docks and access to a free 24-hour StayFit fitness center, steam room, and sauna are equipped with much more. The property is also home to more than 25,000 square feet of versatile event space, including a 5,671 square foot ballroom, a state-of-the-art amphitheater, and 18 additional meeting rooms. More information is available at www.grandseattle.hyatt.com.
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