As a global corporation, the
HACR is an influential advocacy organization that represents 16 national Hispanic organizations in the United States and Puerto Rico. Since 1986, the organization has advocated for Hispanics to be included in corporate America at a level that equals their economic contributions to the country.
Measuring Diversity in the Workplace
Their survey measures the Hispanic inclusion strategies of all Fortune 100 companies and HACR corporate members. The index measures companies in four areas: employment (workforce and recruitment), procurement (spending), philanthropy (community investment) and governance (leadership). In 2011, out of 100 possible points,
A Powerful Group of Americans
According to HACR, Hispanics are the fastest-growing group of American consumers, employees, business owners, taxpayers and voters. The 44 million Hispanics in this country represent 14 percent of the total population.
In addition to receiving this high score from HACR, three Hispanic leaders at
• Rudy Beserra, vice president, Latin Affairs, who received a 2011 NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award for his professional and philanthropic contributions during Hispanic Heritage Month.
• Frank Ros, vice president, Hispanic Strategies, who was named one of HispanicBusiness magazine's Top 100 Influentials for his contributions in the areas of diversity and inclusion.
• Victor Sanchez, region customer care director, who was selected as a member of the 2012 class of Leadership Georgia, a training program for young business, civic and community leaders with the desire and potential to work together for a better Georgia.
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