Hispanic Professional Network
Hispanics make up about a quarter of the U.S. student population, nearly half of whom reside in our two most-populous states — California and Texas. But while 1 in 5 U.S. students call these states home, California and Texas have access to only 4 percent of the national spots at the National Geographic Bee, the U.S. Academic Decathlon, Letters About Literature, the…Continue
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Miscommunication, conflict, assumptions, errors, mistakes, ineffective decisions and a loss of team cohesion: What do all of these organizational issues have in common? All are the result, at least in part, of poor listening.
It's often said that we have two ears but only one mouth. Therefore, we should listen twice as much as we speak. Yet, while…Continue
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Dr. Beatriz T. Espinoza had no idea of the challenges that awaited her shortly after she took over as president of Coastal Bend College, a community college located in a rural part of South Texas.
The college was financially strapped and was on the brink of losing its accreditation. There was also a “disconnect” between the college and the majority of Hispanics…Continue
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On Friday, October 20, The Financial Services Pipeline (FSP) hosted more than 100 leaders from Chicago’s top financial services firms at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago for its 4th Annual FSP Summit. The event addressed the…Continue
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City leaders must do more to increase the number of Latinos employed by the City of Chicago — and stop "pandering" to the city's newly minted second-largest ethnic or racial group, the chairman of the City Council's Latino Caucus said Wednesday.
With Human Resources Commissioner Soo Choi in front of the Council to field questions about her department's 2018…Continue
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On the surface, Latino and Hispanic students don’t seem to be suffering as much from the U.S. student debt crisis. Only 22 percent of Hispanic households carry student loan debt, compared to 42 percent and 40 percent of white households and black households, respectively.
But the bad news is that the low debt level is mostly because fewer Hispanics are attending…Continue
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Read biographies of feature guests for the 2017 Sales & Marketing Networking Forum being held Tuesday October 31 at River North's premier upscale speakeasy vibe lounge... Untitled Chicago. Gain insight and learn tips from industry experts!
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There are basic perspectives that a preparation organization needs to take into account educate the procuring procedure to the spotters. To look for the assistance of the specialists, it is basic that these selection representatives experience a legitimate preparing process.
As indicated by the master William…Continue
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Salary negotiation is often thought of as complex, risky and only for people who are high up on the career ladder. Recent grads and those who are just starting out hesitate to negotiate salary, usually due to a perceived lack of experience. Whether you’re a recent college grad, an experienced professional, or anything in between, these universal tips can help you…Continue
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For more than a week, Marisol Paniagua has been living at an evacuation center. She had been scheduled to pick grapes at a vineyard near the city of Santa Rosa, Calif. But that work was canceled because of the wildfires ravaging Northern California.
“It’s very difficult right now because we just have a little bit of gas left in our car. That’s how we are still…Continue
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A recent study by Yale Climate Change Communications found that U.S. Latinos are significantly more worried about climate change than other groups and are willing to take action. They also tend to be more vulnerable to air pollution and extreme weather because of where they live and work. Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, for example, hit…Continue
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Each year, the average American gains 10 pounds between Halloween and New Year’s. Now is the time to solidify healthy habits and routines! First of all, always have healthy options available! It’s much more difficult to have will power when you are starving and your only option is fast food. Always carry some fruit or hunger reducing shake to help in a pinch! Trade high calorie soups for a low calorie broth such as chicken stock. Finally, count calories! It’s shocking how quickly calories…Continue
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A group is a bundle of individual with various domains of gifts, capacities, qualities and shortcomings. So dealing with a group is an overwhelming assignment and need an accomplished and effective supervisor. On the off chance that you are an administrator or you are the CEO of your organization, at that point some high – end administrative expertise is an unquestionable requirement.…Continue
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Career success cannot be achieved alone. You’ll need the help of others. And not just anyone can help you. They must be able to introduce you to the right people, take you to the right places, and give you the right advice. So who are these people?
They are not mentors. Mentors, for the most part, provide practice advice. They…Continue
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On the night of June 20, NBCUniversal-owned Telemundo made ratings history by reaching a whopping 1.4 million adults 18-49 in the 10 p.m. timeslot, almost doubling the numbers for archrival Univision and outperforming ABC and CBS among key demos.
The feat would later help propel Telemundo to become the No. 1 U.S. Spanish-language broadcaster for the first time…Continue
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Recruitment preparing is the procedure through which industry can recognize and can draw out the genuine capability of the representatives. Preparing process comprises of an extensive variety of significant procedures included right abilities and learning. The preparation procedure can help an organization to get some accomplished workers who can help the organization to achieve another tallness.…Continue
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Hispanics are reshaping sports in America. With Hispanic Heritage Month upon us, SI is honoring the 30 most influential Latinos in sports who aren’t athletes: the coaches, journalists, CEOs and other innovators who shape American sports culture and industry.
This list, which is unranked, defines influence by how each person affects the fan experience. …Continue
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Even though the U.S. Latino population continues to grow, Hispanics remain disproportionately under-represented in the legal field.
While a law career can provide entrée into influential sectors of society, the academic requirements, long process, and high costs involved seem to be discouraging many Latinos from pursuing this career. …Continue
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