Strategies for effectively attracting and employing this growing segment of the labor market.
Over the past decade, Adecco has had a front row seat to see and experience the dramatic shift in the makeup of the U.S. workforce.
Perhaps the most significant and interesting change is the impact of the burgeoning Hispanic community. Companies have been striving hard and investing more to better understand how to tap into this valuable talent pool.
Hispanic employees are finding more and more ways to overcome some fundamental challenges they have been facing for years(e.g., employee verification, legal status, language barriers, education, etc.). From where we stand today, it’s clear the talent landscape has changed and Hispanic workers are an instrumental part of the 21st century workforce.
As the demographic makeup of the labor market continues its evolution and diversification, companies large and small should take steps now to deepen their understanding of the Hispanic community.
Gaining a better understanding of the aspirations and needs of Hispanic employees is more relevant than ever. This is especially true considering the proposals in place to overhaul the country’s immigration policy and provide some 12 million undocumented workers a route to legal status (approximately 8.7 million are Hispanic).
Therefore, Adecco embarked upon our own journey to try and gain insights into how we and our clients can help.
This report shares key insights we gained on this journey in the hope of fostering a stronger understanding of the Hispanic workforce.
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