Latina Style Magazine Recognizes FCA US as Top Employer for Latin Women
Fourteen times in the past 20 years, Latina Style Magazine has named Fiat Chrysler Automobiles US to its Top 50 U.S. Employers for Hispanic Women, and this year the company earned the number 12 spot. The entire list is published in its annual Latina Style 50 Report (LS50 Report).
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According to Mike Palese of FCA North America Media, “The LS50 Report highlights companies that have a dedicated commitment to diverse recruitment and promotion initiatives, including programs to recruit veterans and military personnel.” The top 50 companies were selected from a selection of more than 800 US employers.
The companies that made the top 15 are: (1) Prudential Financial, Inc., (2) Johnson & Johnson, (3) Marriott International, Inc., (4) Comcast NBCUniversal (5) Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (6) AT&T, (7) Accenture, (8) General Motors Company, (9) United Technologies Corporation, (10), New York Life, (11) PepsiCo, Inc., (12) Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, (13) Intel Corporation, (14) JPMorgan Chase & Co., and (15) Nationwide.
“We congratulate FCA US on the outstanding career advancement opportunities it continues to provide its employees,” said Robert Bard, President & CEO, Latina Style Magazine. “Such an outstanding record of performance can only be achieved when there is full commitment throughout the Company to diversity and inclusion.”
According to Palese, the list debuted in 1998, and was a project that began in 1997.
“With the assistance of the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and national Hispanic organizations, the magazine developed a comprehensive survey that is sent annually to Fortune 1000 companies. The LS50 Report, the result of that annual survey process, highlights each selected company’s leadership programs, employee benefits and Latina representation in senior positions,” Palese explains.
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National women’s organizations, Hispanic civic and professional organizations, universities and colleges, military and veteran’s organizations, all Members of the Cabinet and Congress and the White House have access to the report, according to Palese, who notes that the report is also handed out at Hispanic and recruitment conferences.
News Source: Latina Style Magazine