By Fred Keeton, Vice President of External Affairs and Chief Diversity Officer, Caesars Entertainment Comprised of nearly 70,000 employees with different backgrounds and individual health needs across the world, Caesars Entertainment is striving to arm employees with the tools to retain and improve good health. Each eligible participating employee... Read more
By Craig Handley and Tony Ricciardi, Founders of Listen Up Español The potential buying power of the rapidly growing Hispanic marketplace is well known. There are 50 million Hispanic co nsumers in the U.S. today, which will grow to a projected 133 million by 2050. Despite the remarkable buzz,... Read more
The need for culturally competent leaders will be ever more urgent as the workforce becomes more and more diverse on a number of different dimensions.
Most government records and the U.S. Census use the term Hispanic. On the newsstand, one finds Latina and Latino magazines. The use of Hispanic or Latino has become an unsettled issue among the Hispanic/Latino population. So which term is correct to use?