|PARSIPPANY, N.J. (July 25, 2006) Ė Cendant Hotel Group today announced
the appointment of Greg Hill as senior vice president of human resources.
Hill, who reports to Steven A. Rudnitsky, Hotel Group chairman and chief executive officer and serves on the Hotel Groupís Senior Leadership Team, oversees nearly 5,000 employees worldwide. He will focus on organizational and individual employee strategies, training and organizational learning, talent assessment and planning, performance and change management, recruitment and selection, employee relations and compensation.
Prior to joining Cendant, Hill worked for Starwood Hotel and Resorts Worldwide, White Plains, N.Y., in a variety of human resources capacities, most recently as vice president of human resources and labor relations for North America. Prior to Starwood, he worked for Hyatt Hotels Corporation in Chicago, where he held human resources positions in Virginia, Washington, Maryland, New York, Louisiana and Pennsylvania.
Hill earned his bachelorís degree in hotel management and human resources from Niagara University in New York.
Cendant Hotel Group, which will become part of a Cendant spin-off hospitality company called Wyndham Worldwide this month, is one of the world's largest integrated lodging franchise and management companies with more than 6,400 hotels on six continents franchised under the Wyndham®, Ramada®, Days Inn®, Super 8®, Wingate Inn®, Howard Johnson®, Travelodge®, Knights Inn®, Baymont Inn & Suites® and AmeriHost Inn® brands. All hotels are owned individually and operated independently or by a Cendant subsidiary. Cendant Hotel Group's TripRewards® loyalty program is the largest in the industry, based on the number of participating hotels.
Christine Da Silva
|Also See:||Peter Strebel Named President of Wyndham Worldwide; Jean Thomas Named EVP and Chief Marketing Officer for Cendant's Just Acquired Brand / October 2005|
|Anthony Berger Named Chief Operating Officer Cendant's Hotel Group; Other Appointments Made to Improve Franchisee and Company Value / April 2004|