Since 1997, the HLPA program
has been providing America's Best companies & organizations
with diversity based recruiting resources. Each year the
program delivers career information and opportunities to
Latino / Hispanic Professionals from quality socially
conscious organizations who support the Latino Community.
To highlight and identify organizations actively
recruiting and supporting the Latino Community, the HLPA publishes a set of lists of America's Best
Places For Latinos To Work. These lists are listed by
Region, Company Name, & Industry, and serve to educate and
inform the Latino Community.
Any company that is at
least 1 year old with more than 100 U.S. employees is
eligible. Initial lists are published during the first week
of the new year and are updated daily throughout the
calendar year with companies and organizations who meet
eligibility and pass the review process. Unlike other "BEST"
of lists, these lists are updated throughout the calendar
year to ensure accurate information to the job seeking
Latino community. Updates include additions and removals
from the lists. Once listed, organizations in good standing
will remain on the lists for the entire calendar year.
If your organization has targeted Bilingual Latinos as part of a
Diversity program during this time, chances are, your organization
has been included in the over 5,000 companies, government agencies,
hospitals, schools, associations, and others who have participated
over the years. No other Latino Event & Program attracts more Latino
Professionals or Top companies & organizations.
To make the lists, organizations
must first register and apply with us either online at
Contact Us or by phone at 888-550-3777. To
qualify for addition to the lists, organizations must show
and prove that they are making a recruitment advertising
outreach to the Latino community with a National Latino
Recruiting Organization. Organizations must also show that
they have real current available jobs. Each year we also survey
our active and inactive job seeker database and ask, among
other things, if they have been hired (and by whom), or if
they have any comments or complaints about any employers
they have dealt with. All complaints are forwarded to the
organization (registered contact on record with us) for
review and response. If the issue is resolved to our and the
job seekers satisfaction, the Employer may remain listed.
However, if a complaint goes unresolved or if we are made
aware of an organization not acting in good faith, we
reserve the right to remove an organization from the lists
For more information or questions,