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Rebuild for an inclusive travel recovery

February 16, 2022

Fifty-four percent of the 8.2 million travel and leisure jobs lost in the United States between March and April 2020, belonged to women.1

Inclusive hiring: A priority for travel recovery

Life happens.

The last two years have taught women that it’s okay to bring their whole selves to work. Women want employers to acknowledge this.

Flexibility is the future.

It’s about empowering women with the autonomy to change their hours to accommodate family needs or make up missed time during off hours.

Skills drive success.

Reskilling and upskilling that equips female workers on property—indeed all workers—with the digital skills they need for the future is essential.

Women want to belong.

As women make choices about getting back to work, they want to have a voice and influence, feel respected, and have sponsorship from a senior leader.

When women thrive. The business of travel thrives.


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Senior Managing Director – Global Industry Sector Lead Travel

With over 25 years of experience, Emily leads Accenture’s Global Travel Industry practice, helping hospitality, aviation and travel clients worldwide.

Dyllis Hesse

Client Account Lead – North America

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Fannelie Gerard

Managing Director – Strategy & Consulting, Travel

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