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Recruiting Hispanic Talent – Dos and Don’ts for Small Businesses
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Recruiting Hispanic Talent – Dos and Don’ts for Small Businesses

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Businesses are looking for employees at record rates to the point it is becoming a crisis.

The Hispanic/Latinx community, on the other hand, is new to the Pittsburgh area and experimented a 66% growth from the 2010 – 2020 Census. Learn about the strategies businesses need to develop to tap into the growing Hispanic population.

Thursday, Oct. 14:

Presenters:

  • Brent Rondon, Sr. Management Consultant for International Trade, SBDC, Institute for Entrepreneurial Excellence, University of Pittsburgh.
  • LaMonica Wiggins from the Hillman Library, University of Pittsburgh.

Session Topics: Hispanic Growth Employment, income, financial planning and social mobility.

Panelists:

o   Dillon Moore, MPA, Partner4Work

o   Ron Alvarado, CEO, Novus Staffing and former President of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

o   Jesus Torres, CPA. Davis Financial Group

·        Location: Virtual

·        Cost: Free

·        RSVP: https://pitt.libcal.com/calendar/today/latinxconnect

If you have any questions, please contact.

LaMonica Wiggins at LMW129@pitt.edu

Brent Rondon at brondon@innovation.pitt.edu

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