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Attracting and retaining a diverse workforce requires specific skills and culturally competent strategies. Do you have all the tools and techniques you need to successfully recruit, retain and promote minority employees?

With the help of LatPro's panel of experts, you’ll learn how to maximize the effectiveness of your Hispanic hiring, management and outreach efforts as you build an inclusive work environment that values diverse perspectives and talents.

Multicultural Management

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Graciela Kenig

Graciela Kenig is the President and founder of Graciela Kenig & Associates, a multicultural talent management consultancy specializing in the recruitment, retention and development of Latinos and other diverse employees. A seasoned career development expert, she is also the author of Best Careers for Bilingual Latinos.

Affinity Groups: Are they Worth the Effort?

Companies that fully utilize their employee affinity groups will emerge with a competitive advantage after the current economic downturn. Also known as resource groups or ERGs, such entities have become valuable assets in the face of rapidly shrinking but also increasingly multicultural markets.

Hispanic Marketing & Outreach

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Juan Guillermo Tornoe

Juan Guillermo Tornoe is an expert marketer with a passion for serving the Latino community. He constantly researches media and identifies the trends defining Hispanics today. His Hispanic Trending Blog is among the most recognized and respected blogs covering the Hispanic market.

Hispanic Marketing Basics: Segmentation of the Hispanic Market

All Latinos are not the same. Because the Latino community is so diverse, there are many cultural characteristics that should be considered to gain a better understanding of this market. Only then will you be able to identify the groups within the Hispanic market that you should target and effectively tailor a message that resonates with them.

Training

How is my Salary or Pay Rate Determined?

In most corporations and companies, work and tasks are organized first by function and then by position. Unfortunately, many organizations don’t take the appropriate time or resources to review and readjust this organizational structure, and this can impact your salary.

Diversity

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LatPro Inc

An innovator in the online employment industry, LatPro was launched in 1997 to become the very first job board connecting Hispanic bilingual candidates with employers. Our staff authors share targeted advice gained during our 10 years serving Hispanic jobseekers and diversity-conscious companies.

Corporate Profiles in Diversity: Sodexo

Sodexo is the leading provider of food and facilities management in the US and Canada. Sodexo offers innovative outsourcing solutions in food service, housekeeping, grounds keeping, plant operations and maintenance, asset and materials management, and laundry services to more than 6,000 clients. These clients include corporations, health care, long term care and retirement centers, schools, college campuses, military and remote sites in North America. With employees in 85 countries world-wide, Vice President and Global Chief Diversity Officer Dr. Rohini Anand tells LatPro what makes the Sodexo workplace an environment of diversity and inclusion.

Immigration

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James Root

Root Law Group is a full service, exclusive immigration law firm which handles cases in all areas of immigration and nationality law. James Root, principal attorney for Root Law Group, has dedicated his entire legal career to fighting for and protecting the rights of U.S. immigrants and their U.S. employers. He is proactive in advocating reforms to the U.S. immigration laws and policies, especially those affecting professional workers and their immediate family members.

Naturalization Fee Increase Puts The Dream Of Citizenship Beyond The Reach Of Many

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced its plans to impose a significant increase in the fee to file the application for U.S. citizenship (Form N-400) to take effect on July 30, 2007. Currently, the fee is $400, but it will increase to $675, an increase of 69%.