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6 edition of Latino Advantage in the Workplace found in the catalog.

Latino Advantage in the Workplace

Using Who You Are to Get Where You Want to Be

by Mariela Dabbah

  • 73 Want to read
  • 27 Currently reading

Published by Sphinx Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hispanic American businesspeople,
  • Success in business,
  • Ethnic Studies - Hispanic American Studies,
  • Career Development,
  • Hispanic Americans In The U.S.,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Careers / Job Opportunities,
  • Life skills guides,
  • Career/Job,
  • Hispanic Americans,
  • General,
  • Business Life - General,
  • Careers - General,
  • Business & Economics / Careers,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8735535M
    ISBN 101572485698
    ISBN 109781572485693

    Running head: LATINO PROFESSIONALS’ VIEWS ON EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION TOWARDS THE LATINO IMMIGRANT COMMUNITY. Latino Professionals’ Views on Employment Discrimination Towards the Latino Immigrant Community. by Anali Crispin Ballesteros, B.S.W. MSW Clinical Research Paper Presented to the Faculty of the School of Social Work.   Even though the vast majority of Latinas say that they want to be seen as who they really are at work, they tend to play down their accents.

    Latinos continue to face discrimination when it comes to fair treatment at work and accessing higher education, according to a report from The American Bar Association's Commission on Hispanic Legal Rights and Responsibilities set to be unveiled next week.   The current economic crisis has struck black and Latino families particularly hard in several ways. They are more likely to work in the service industries that were the first to be hit by layoffs.

      This book of only pages is meant to be read by business managers doing business in Mexico. However, most of the information in it can be applied to any situation in the horticulture industry where Latino workers are involved. Ms. Kras’ book is based on a series of in-depth interviews she conducted with 72 Mexican and US executives. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.


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Latino Advantage in the Workplace by Mariela Dabbah Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Latino Advantage in the Workplace is full of helpful examples, career tips and profiles of highly successful Latinos so you can see exactly how your cultural advantages affect real lives and how you can use those tips in your life.

Use the exercises throughout the book to apply the advantages to your own specific situation and confidently /5(6). The Latino Advantage in the Workplace teaches Latinos to use their innate, culturally based skills more effectively Latino Advantage in the Workplace book the workplace.

It is a career advancement book that focuses on using your personal skills and styles to your advantage and downplaying them when they actually are Author: Mariela Dabbah, Arturo Poire.

Genre/Form: Life skills guides: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dabbah, Mariela. Latino advantage in the workplace.

Naperville, Ill.: Sphinx Pub.,   Bank of America’s Hispanic-Latino Leadership Council (HLLC), for example, was formed in to connect Hispanic and Latino leaders to grow the pipeline of Hispanic-Latino.

As a non-Hispanic employer or manager, you may be wondering how cultural differences might affect your work environment when you bring Latino employees into your organization. By taking the time to familiarize yourself with the Hispanic culture, you will be able to better understand and interact with Hispanic staff members, creating a more.

Talking to young Latino adults aged regarding how being Latino may have impacted their experience in the working world the findings revealed that: 7 out of 10 believe being Latino has helped at work. According to both genders from ages andthe Latinos believed they have benefited from being Latino.

Latina women experienced more microaggressions at work and at school than Latino men, supremacy and is used to the advantage of white people and the disadvantage of people of color.

also said that racism is defined as racial prejudice and discrimination that are supported by institutional power and authority.

the critical element that. 4. Nearly one-fourth of Latinos work in low-wage jobs. Inthe Latino unemployment rate was %, above the national rate of %. Inthe average nonunion Latino made just $ a week. More than two-thirds of Latinos lack retirement accounts, and more than 80% of Latino households have less than $10, in retirement savings.

"This book is one of the most politically, socially and culturally relevant books to have ever been written about Latin America. You need to read it to truly understand the major consequences that colonialism, neo-colonialism and imperialism had (and still has) on Latin America and its people.

Hispanics want to see that they have a future with the company and will leave if they feel underutilized at work, noted Aviles, the author of the e-book Hispanics How to Understand, Manage.

Read Latino Advantage in the Workplace by Mariela Dabbah,Arturo Poire for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. ACHIEVE GREATER SUCCESS AT WORKThe Latino Advantage in the Workplace teaches Latinos to use their innate, culturally based skills more effectively in the workplace.

A diverse workplace is an innovative workplace. By employing such diverse candidates who can contribute their individual experiences, cultures, and ideas, companies may be at the forefront of innovation.

Bilingual Capabilities. Through this career oriented book, the authors offer numerous examples followed by exercises to help practice certain skills.

For instance, one of the traits the authors touch upon is having an informal communication style that can be used as an advantage in social situations. Latinos are good at responding spontaneously in such occasions.

The work occasionally speaks of Puerto Ricans and Cubans, but when two chapters focus on Texas and California, the book may be centered upon Mexican Americans.

Again, “all politics is local,” but I wonder how the ethnicity of a Latina candidate can affect voter s: 1. Since Americans have recognized September 15 to October 15 as Hispanic Heritage Month.

Each year, we celebrate the history and culture of Hispanic and Latino Americans and their contributions to society. InHispanics and Latinos accounted for percent of the million employed people in the United States. Latinas in the Workplace highlights the stories of eight exceptional women.

It is the third book in the Journeys to Leadership series that features stories about extraordinary women who have found paths to success in male-dominated arenas.

Even though each took a different route to success, these women share an overarching, almost implicit, understanding of what they aspired to: the Author: Esther Elena López-Mulnix, Mimi Wolverton, Salwa A.

Zaki. In The Latina Advantage, Christina E. Bejarano draws on national public opinion datasets and a close examination of state legislative candidates in Texas and California to demonstrate the new power of the political intersection between race and gender.

Underscoring the fact that racial/ethnic minority women form a greater share of minority. Solution: Promote hard work and longevity rather than gender. This solution is a lot easier said than done because a Latina women in a position of authority will be seen as “an angry bitchy Latina,” rather than an assertive white male.

This phenomenon is also known as the glass ceiling effect. Getting to eat Latin food is just one of many. For a vehicle that captures the best of both worlds, there’s the All-New HR-V Crossover from Honda.

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov 2 (ANI): Corporate America is yet to adopt the concept of equal opportunity in its true sense as roughly a third of Latinos have reported being personally discriminated. An excerpt from Auténtico, The Definitive Guide to Latino Career Success co-authored by Latino executives Andrés Tapia, a senior partner and diversity and Inclusion strategy leader at Korn Ferry, and Robert Rodríguez, Ph.D., president of DDR Advisors, which specializes in Latino leadership and talent.

Andrés Tapia is the Global Diversity & Inclusion Solutions Leader for Korn Ferry Hay Group.The Changing U.S. Workforce: The Growing Hispanic Demographic and the Workplace About the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s. How to Implement a Work Book Club.

Determine if employees are interested in a book club. Send out an email to gauge employee interest in reading a book on their own time and then meeting at lunch once a week to discuss the book. Sometimes organization leaders and other employees may have a book in mind to suggest.