Hispanic Women Seeking Higher Leadership Roles in Business
"Todays fastest growing workforce consists of Hispanic women. Compared to any other ethnic group, Hispanic women are hugely underrepresented in senior leadership roles in the workforce. This book details the barriers, responsibilities, and hardships Hispanic women face in order to attain equal opportunities at higher leadership roles in the workforce. My book discusses the importance of mentoring, organizational responsibility, and impact Hispanic women face when seeking upward mobility in their careers."
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