Diversity, equity & inclusion

Seminole Hard Rock continues our tradition of inclusion. The Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion works to integrate inclusion into our daily business operations and critical business decisions. These efforts are important in achieving our company aspirations to be the employer of choice for diverse talent, to cultivate a culture of inclusion, and to be recognized for equitable and responsible practices within the industry. 

Diversity is a recognition of differences while leveraging those differences to produce stellar results. Equity is a process of seeking fairness through deliberate and intentional actions. Inclusion occurs when everyone feels they have the freedom and comfort to express their thoughts, ideas, and opinions in a safe, trusting, and open environment.

Prince Logan

"Inclusion means not feeling left out; that I have a chance, just like any other person, to succeed in this company."

Prince Logan
Director, Operations (Central West - Hard Rock Cafe)

Who we are

To address the needs of all Team Members—including Native Americans, women, the 2SLGBTQ+ community, people of color (BIPOC), people with disabilities, and veterans—we work to build equitable policies, programs and practices based on a framework of people, culture and stakeholders.


A senior leadership team as diverse as our Team Members

Our Senior Leadership is a diverse group of executives from around the globe, driving inclusive initiatives with passion and efficiency. Led by our CEO and Chairman Jim Allen, we are proud that our Executive Team lives our mottos and values.

What we do

Tribal Career Development

Seminole Tribal Members are invited to participate in a Tribal Career Development (TCD) Program designed to build business skills, develop leadership capabilities, and give Tribal Members access to senior leaders. The aim is to increase tribal representation at all levels of the organization and provide the tools necessary for upward mobility.
Based on the concept that everyone can be a leader, Tribal Team Members (TTMs) are able to pursue a career path on three tracks: Career Track, Expert Track, and Emerging Leader Track, along with the option for an Introductory Track for those who are new to the workforce.
Each track offers a performance management system, rewards for completion, and a robust alumni network to continue learning and connections beyond program completion. This flagship leadership development program provides career growth for Tribal Team Members at all stages of their progress, from entry level to advanced leader. 
All Tribal Team Members graduate from the program with extensive learning gained through modules that include Managing Difficult Conversations, Negotiations, Presentation Skills, Cultural Awareness and Impact. Every segment is designed to increase self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and build on the skills that will elevate careers to the next level. By customizing their journey, supported by a dedicated TD Team, participants are better able to realize long-term professional goals.


Women in Leadership

Since 2017, the Seminole Hard Rock Women in Leadership program has been working to increase women’s representation within leadership roles. Founders Tracy Bradford and Meaghan Ryan have advanced education, mentorship, and networking opportunities for women throughout the enterprise. Education, mentorship, and networking opportunities encourage and support development opportunities throughout the organization. 
Through tailored programs, women in director and vice president roles have risen to 32 percent and 27 percent respectively, both of which are above the industry standard of 22 percent.


Team Member Resource Groups

Team Member Resource Groups (TMRGs) promote inclusion and a sense of belonging for all Team Members. TMRGs drive innovation and accelerate professional development throughout the company.

All Team Members are welcome to join one or more Team Member Resource Group(s), and you do not have to identify as a member of the affinity or group to join.

TMRGs foster understanding of our most valuable resource: YOU.


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How we care

To address the needs of all team members—including Native Americans, women, the LGBTQ+ community, people of color (BIPOC), people with disabilities, and veterans—we work to build  equitable policies, programs and practices based on a framework of people, culture and stakeholders.

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