Hispanic Professional Network
Organizations have heard it over and over: There’s a serious business case to be made for implementing a meaningful diversity and inclusion strategy.
But organizations are still struggling to do that effectively, according to the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility’s 2013 Corporate Inclusion Index.
In its fifth year, the survey measures Hispanic inclusion among Fortune 100 and HACR member companies “by focusing on HACR’s four pillars of corporate social responsibility and market reciprocity”—employment, procurement, philanthrophy, and government, according to an HACR statement. The 2013 survey saw a number of positive trends continue—including an increase in participation among Fortune 100 companies (39 percent answered the survey) and in the number of Hispanics who make up the for-profit employment population (13 percent)—but there is still plenty of room for improvement. READ MORE