An exhausted employee who naps is unproductive for a few minutes. One who doesn’t nap is unproductive all day. Continue reading Fighting Sleep Is a Losing Management Strategy. Let Your Employees Take Naps.
We’ve all dreamed of what we would do if we won the lottery. Take care of our family. Send our kids to college. Buy our dream house. Travel. The list goes on and on.
Continue reading One in ten Latino families cite winning the lottery as a method to pay for a child’s education
When Latinos today think about Café Bustelo, the plain red and yellow 10 oz. brick envasado al vacío (“vacuum packed”) reminds them of Cuba, Puerto Rico, and other Latino origins. But very few people know that the founder Gregorio Bustelo was born in Spain. Continue reading In the Iconic Café Bustelo, A Story of New York’s Spanish Immigrant Community
Benjilock entered the Shark Tank with its padlocks that use fingerprint technology. They use a touchscreen and are rechargeable. Continue reading Robbie Cabral Takes the Benjilock To Shark Tank
Incorporating social good into your business model is no longer just a nice idea. Consumers have come to expect it and are even willing to pay more for a product from a company that has impact, accountability, and ethics at its core. Continue reading This Tool Can Help Any Social Entrepreneur Find The Right Support For Their Startup
HACE is a national non-profit that devotes its time to the employment, development, advancement of current and aspiring Latinos. HACE’s mission is to establish a strong population of Latino professionals beyond multiple industries that will create a channel of diverse talent and numerous opportunities for leadership roles. Their vision is to see a world where Latinos are achieving their full potential personally and their community. Patricia Mota, the CEO of Hispanic Alliance of Career Enhancement, shared some insights into some of the organization’s core values and strategies to move the mission forward, revealing a strong focus on long term and multi-generational leadership programs. Continue reading The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement Makes a Mark with today’s Workforce
Sometimes it’s because you have more work to do. But other times it’s because your habits and preferences have come into conflict without you realizing it. Continue reading 3 Questions To Ask As Soon As Your Work-Life Balance Starts Slipping
As a National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) certified MBE, you are in the unique position to promote and market your services to prospective corporate buyers who are looking to build relationships with trusted minority-owned businesses. If your company wants to connect with private-sector buyers, NMSDC certification is considered the platinum standard in supplier diversity and can improve financial performance. We invite you to take a look the many benefits of being certified with us.
At NMSDC, we offer a wide range of opportunities that help our certified MBEs gain access to America’s largest and most influential companies around the world increasing their visibility and overall growth.
- Access to top corporate purchasing agents
- Inclusion in and access to the NMSDC supplier database
- Eligibility for participation in NMSDC development programs
- Access to Educational Programs
- Invitations to Networking Events
- Request for Proposals, business leads, and alerts for procurement opportunities from corporate members
For more information please visit nmsdc.org
Nike has big plans for celebrating Latino Heritage Month this year. For more than a decade, Nike has celebrated cultural moments with limited footwear projects that include Black History Month, Chinese New Year, West Indies Day, and Puerto Rico Day to name a few.
Continue reading Nike Partners With Hispanic Artists for “Los Primeros” Pack During Latino Heritage Month
Springfield, Mass.—Middle-income Latinos in the workforce say they feel less financially secure and worry more about money than other Americans, posing higher hurdles to planning for retirement and building wealth, according to new research commissioned by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual).
Continue reading MassMutual study finds Latinos feel less secure and worry more about money than other Americans