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“Filling the Hispanic Leadership Gap” – June 19, 2013

A recent analysis by HR consulting firm PDI suggests that although Hispanic managers reach mid-level management positions faster than their non-Hispanic peers, they are slower to climb to higher levels.

By Frank Lloyd, Associate Dean, Executive Education, Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business

Although the U.S. Hispanic market—47 million strong—represents the nation’s largest ethnic minority, gaps in representation continue to exist within U.S. companies. Hispanic managers are significantly underrepresented in executive and senior executive positions.

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