Robert Rodriguez, chairman of the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enrichment, often has heard hiring managers and recruiters complain that their recruiting efforts were not as effective as they could have been with Hispanic applicants. In addition to leading the nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Hispanics develop professional careers, Rodriguez is assistant dean of the graduate school of management at Kaplan University in Chicago. Acting on his perceptions about ineffective ...

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