Virtual Events ARCHIVE
August 5, 2020
Afro-Latinos in Corporate America: A Conversation on Race
The United States is home to approximately 5 million Afro-Latinos. Given the country’s current state of unrest regarding race, Afro-Latinos have unique personal and professional experiences. This webinar will explore what it’s like to be Latino and Black in Corporate America.
July 30, 2020
Why is stem so important?
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, STEM field growth is expected to outpace overall employment growth in the near future. Consequently, a shortage of qualified candidates for open STEM positions is also predicted. While many industries have made strides in improving Hispanic representation, STEM-related industries continue to struggle to recruit and retain Hispanic talent. They’re missing out on a significant pool of potential employees—about 18 percent of the U.S. population is of Hispanic descent, and that number is expected to increase to 28 percent by 2060. Join this webinar hosted by HACR Executive Vice President and COO Dr. Lisette Garcia, with guest speakers Raquel Tamez, CEO of the Society for Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) and Dr. David Ortiz, Senior Vice President for Operations at the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU). They’ll be discussing barriers that limit Hispanic inclusion in STEM professions, and ways to mitigate these shortfalls moving forward.
July 23, 2020
ACT ON: A Conversation on the CEO ACTION for Diversity & Inclusion™
Recognizing that change starts at the executive level, CEOs from the world’s leading companies came together four (4) years ago to form the CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™. What resulted is the largest CEO-driven business commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in workplaces across the globe. This commitment is more than just a pledge; it’s about the actions behind it. Hear from the Tim Ryan, US Chairman, and Senior Partner at PwC to learn about the strategies they have utilized to propel their companies towards their diversity and inclusion goals.
July 15, 2020
Empow(h)er™: Understanding Workplace Barriers for Latinas
The HACR Empow(h)er™: Understanding Workplace Barriers for Latinas report focuses on the experiences of Latinas in corporate America, revealing their perceived experiences while exploring the impact of outside factors on opportunities for advancement. In this webinar, we present a summary of the report findings and speak with a Latina executive to hear what her company is doing to ensure Latinas are represented throughout the professional pipeline.
July 8, 2020
Executive Leadership Strategies In Times Of Uncertainty
No one can control the forces of nature or predict the future—but we can control how we respond to what’s happening around us. In times of uncertainty, our decisions can make or break us. Leaders’ approach to crisis management is vital to a business’s resilience. In this webinar, you’ll hear how executives from Target, USAA, and NBCU Telemundo guide their teams and find opportunity in chaotic times.
July 1, 2020
USING HACR’S CORPORATE INCLUSION INDEX AS A ROAD MAP TO DEVELOP YOUR HISPANIC INCLUSION STRATEGY
For more than a decade the HACR Corporate Inclusion Index (CII) has served as an evaluative tool for Corporate America’s Hispanic diversity and inclusion practices in four (4) key areas: Employment, Procurement, Philanthropy, and Governance. Top performing companies are not only leveraging the HACR CII to benchmark their practices and outcomes, they are also using their participation and partnership with HACR to create a roadmap to continue building their efforts. Come hear HACR’s Research Institute team discuss the history and evolution of the HACR CII and learn how your organization can establish a partnership with HACR through the CII.
June 17, 2020
Employee Resource Group Activation in the Era of COVID-19
One of the most effective ways to nurture an inclusive work environment is the utilization of employee resource groups (ERGs). ERGs can not only add value to the individual, but can also serve to add value to an organization, including reducing turnover rates, encouraging organizational goal achievement, and increasing productivity and performance. One additional value that ERGs provide for many organizations is a connection to the community, and many companies have relied on these groups to lead their philanthropic efforts. But in the wake of this pandemic, how is this changing and are how are companies leveraging their ERGs to serve their employees and the communities in which they live? Join this webinar to hear from ERG leaders on the role of their groups in providing support to their colleagues and the community at large during a global pandemic.