By Robert Rodriguez
Compliment for Latino Talent"Latino expertise is a useful source for somebody drawn to studying approximately Hispanic american citizens within the place of work and in leveraging and maximizing their contributions. This specific book--written via knowledgeable who is deeply revered during this field--provides a pragmatic and compelling viewpoint on why organisations should still proceed to take a position in developing?this?young and more and more influential inhabitants segment."?--RAYMOND ARROYO, leader variety Officer, Aetna Inc., and President,?PRIMER"Latino expertise is a must-read for range and HR executives who're answerable for Latino projects of their corporations. The publication additionally offers justification as to why businesses have to elevate the feel of urgency relating to their Latino-related place of work practices."--TIM RICHMOND, vp, expertise Acquisition, Abbott Laboratories"Latino expertise comprises tremendous insights gleaned from practitioners within the box. Readers are uncovered to company top practices in terms of Latino expertise administration projects. The suggestions and recommendations supplied in Latino expertise are confirmed, acceptable, and convey results."--ISAIAS ZAMARRIPA, Director, expertise Acquisition, basic turbines Corporation"America has woke up to the big and transforming into Latino demographic during this nation and now desires to faucet into this fast-growing client base. easy methods to make inroads into this demographic is via construction your Latino expertise pool to allow them to create profitable courses that get effects. even if you are at a Fortune one thousand corporation, executive enterprise, educational establishment, or not-for-profit association, you want to learn this strategic method of construction your Latino leadership."--ABE TOMAS HUGHES II, CEO, Hispanic Alliance for profession Enhancement (HACE)"Employers drawn to maximizing the contributions of Latinos within the office will locate Latino expertise to be very important and useful. during this booklet, Dr. Rodriguez has performed wide examine to assist businesses and staff construct bridges for figuring out and inclusion."--JULIE FASONE HOLDER, company vp, Human Resources,The Dow Chemical corporation
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1). Latinos living in the United States share experiences, principles, and viewpoints that tend to unite them. However, it’s important to look not only at how Latinos are similar to one another, but also at how they are different from non-Latinos. Latinos are a highly diverse group. Because of this, Latinos tend to have different points of view on key topics. One area of contention is the use of the terms Hispanic and Latino. There is a great deal of history and strong feelings regarding these terms within the community.
Ultimately, Latinos tend to view spirituality and family as a resource, as opposed to a barrier to personal achievement. Familism Organizations looking to better understand Latinos should try to fully grasp the strong feelings they have toward their family. The pillar of Latino culture is the family that includes not only immediate family members, but the extended family of grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. In the Latino family structure, grandparents and the elderly are honored and revered and are sought out frequently to provide guidance and advice.
While this is beneficial, it does make it increasingly difficult to identify which data are the most significant. Data exist on topics such as Latino marital status, home ownership levels, household income, and poverty levels. Human resource professionals, diversity practitioners, and business managers looking to better understand the role Latinos are playing in society and in the American workplace should become familiar with the 15 demographic statistics discussed in this chapter. indd 13 9/24/07 9:18:26 PM 14 Latino Demographics and Terminology statistics, we’ll define some of the key terms associated with the Latino community.