Our Social Responsibility Commitments
At Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, we are committed to supporting the end to human trafficking. To uphold this commitment, we have worked to enhance our policies and to mandate training for all of our team members to help them identify and report trafficking activities. We also make training opportunities available for our franchised hotels, which are independently owned and operated.
In addition, we support the work of hospitality industry organizations, including the American Hotel & Lodging Association and the Asian American Hotel Owners Association, in promoting awareness and educating hoteliers and employees on how to identify and report suspected instances of human trafficking.
Through our partnerships with the International Tourism Partnership, Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking, ECPAT-USA, Polaris Project and other organizations that share the same values, we continue to develop resources and educate our employees and stakeholders across relevant areas of our business and supply chain.
For more information on our efforts, please see our Modern Slavery Statement. Additionally, please see our Human Rights Policy Statement for more details on our commitment to conducting business in a manner consistent with the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Global Compact.
At Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, we are committed to fostering social responsibility, and we take action each day to minimize the impact our operations have on the world. We are working on eliminating single-use plastic and will comply with local laws as required. As part of these efforts, we are exploring viable alternatives to single-use plastics, including, but not limited to, straws, utensils, containers and packaging to offer our owned and managed properties while ensuring a positive guest experience. We’re proud of our franchise partners and managed teams that have already taken action on this commitment.
At Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, we are committed to fostering social responsibility, and we take action each day to minimize the impact our operations have on the world. As part of these efforts, we are committing to provide our owned, managed and franchised hotels with suppliers of cage-free eggs, in order to source 100% of our eggs (shell, liquid and egg products) from cage-free sources globally by 2025. While we are at the beginning of this journey—in 2019, two percent of shell eggs and two percent of egg products (liquid/processed) were cage-free within our supply chain—we commit to publicly reporting on progress annually and to translating our policy into key native languages. (View translated versions of this statement here.)