Sunday, August 27, 2006

Recruiters Hunting for Hispanic Executives

Gannett News Service--

Job recruiters are hired by all kinds of big companies to find qualified personnel. Competition is intense for headhunters find bilingual executives to teach them how to grab a bigger portion of the market spent by Hispanics, the country's largest growing minority. The prize: $70 billion a year and growing.
" There is a total war on talent out there," said David Bruno, vice chairman and managing partner of DHR International, an executive search firm with an office in Scottsdale, Ariz. "More and more, companies are looking to bring on ... folks who understand the culture. We oftentimes get the call from people who say, 'We want the best, but we also want Latino candidates.' You just don't find Hispanics in the number that you need. "

A typical recruit that headhunters are looking for are in their late 20s to 40s, young enough to be molded and promoted, speaks, write and read English and Spanish. Has an MBA or postgraduate degree and is willing to relocate. Extra points are scored for female applicants.
" "The demand is huge," said Ron Todd of Florida-based Execumax, which specializes in mid- to executive-level talent. "My objective is to have every Hispanic MBA graduate in my database, and I worry where they'll fit later. That's what it's become. The ones that get it can pretty much pick where they want to go, when they want to go, and how much they get paid." "


Anonymous Laura said...

Ah, but the ones that are most in demand are those that speak an Arabic language. Starting pay $70,000/yr. plus bennies, but you have to relocate to - guess where?!
Maybe that's an answer for the illegal problem, offer them a job somewhere else.

7:04 AM  
Blogger Scottiebill said...

Laura: You mentioned a salary plus "bennies". Are those bennies the kind a worker earns or the kind they ingest?

Just wondering.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

You apparantly have trouble WRITING the English language. The word is spelled W-R-I-T-E not R-I-G-H-T.

Your ignorance is obvious every time you sit down to type. This is a written forum, proper grammar and correct spelling should be requirements. A firm grasp on reality should be another.

Also, Laura, the word is spelled B-E-N-E-S.

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