Lynn Griffith appointed VP of human resources at Dream Hotel Group

A guestroom in The Time Nyack in Nyack, N.Y. Photo credit: Dream Hotel Group

Dream Hotel Group appointed Lynn Griffith as VP of human resources. In this role, Griffith is responsible for developing, delivering and promoting best practices in human-resource management for Dream Hotel Group and its portfolio of lifestyle brands: Dream Hotels, Time Hotels, The Chatwal and Unscripted Hotels.

“Dream Hotel Group is rapidly expanding with new and existing locations worldwide. Bringing on board Lynn’s tactical and strategic human resource skills will help us meet our company’s growing demand to attract and engage one of the fastest-growing teams in the hospitality industry,” Jay Stein, CEO of Dream Hotel Group, said in a statement.

“I’m excited to be joining Dream Hotel Group and look forward to developing new talent to help support the strong team already in place,” Griffith said in a statement. “Working with hotels has always been one of my great passions, and I look forward to taking this next step in my career at such a highly-regarded company such as Dream Hotel Group.”

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Based in New York City, Griffith will oversee all of Dream Hotel Group’s human-resources operations, including organizational development, talent management and development, employee relations, talent acquisition, compensation and benefits, as well as executive HR analytics, at locations across all Dream Hotel Group’s brands. Griffith has worked in the hospitality industry for nearly 30 years, most recently serving as regional director, human resources at Journal Hotels.

Griffith previously held leadership roles in the human resources departments of Two Roads Hospitality, Kimpton Hotels and the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York. She also has experience working at Hospitality Talent Scouts and the New York Palace. Griffith earned her bachelor’s degree in elementary education, with a minor in psychology from Saint Bonaventure University in New York.

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