Hispanic Heritage Month

When Opportunity Knocks

Miguel Cardenas, Senior Staff Engineer, Kohler, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
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Miguel Cardenas had no plans to leave his job—let alone his home country. But when opportunity came knocking, he enthusiastically answered.

The engineer was happily working and living in Mexico with his family in 2016, when some of his colleagues made the move to Kohler Co. Even though Miguel was happy with his employer of 13 years, he was soon persuaded to also take a chance on Kohler.

Chef Aarón Sánchez: “Our Time Has Come”

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Award‑winning chef, author and philanthropist Aarón Sánchez was the guest star for T‑Mobile’s special Hispanic Heritage Month edition of its ongoing Talking with Trailblazers series, dishing about his cooking career, preserving his family legacy through food and planting seeds for the next generation of Latino chefs.

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Award‑winning chef, author and philanthropist Aarón Sánchez was the guest star for T‑Mobile’s special Hispanic Heritage Month edition of its ongoing Talking with Trailblazers series, dishing about his cooking career, preserving his family legacy through food and planting seeds for the next generation of Latino chefs.

Hispanic Heritage Month Employee Spotlight: Vice President of Global Assembly and Test Operations, Jose Hernandez Lopez

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In the United States, Americans commemorate National Hispanic Heritage Month, by honoring unique histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. 

HOLA - Living and Embracing your Heritage Inside a Global Multicultural Company

Learning and Sharing as the Main Principle
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By Iskander Sanchez-Rola | Senior Principal Researcher, Norton Labs

I am originally from the Basque Country (Euskal Herria in Basque), a beautiful area full of breathtaking landscapes and rich culture north of the Iberian Peninsula. Nowadays, I happily live in the French Riviera.

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SCE Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

By Shulie Tornel
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As the first and only Mexican-American student enrolled in her Omaha public school, Phyllis Barajas was asked by her first grade teacher, “What are you?” Phyllis quickly responded, “I’m Mexican and I’m proud,” as she was taught by her father. Barajas’ immigrant parents prepared their children to live in two different worlds: a predominantly white neighborhood in Nebraska and their Mexican household.

Illumina Launches New Employee Resource Group iLatinx During Hispanic Heritage Month

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At Illumina, we are committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive environment. One of the many ways we celebrate our employees’ unique life experiences, talents, and passions is through employee resource groups (ERGs). During Hispanic Heritage Month, we launched our newest employee resource group, iLatinx. iLatinx will support Latinx-identified employees by creating forums to discuss Latinx cultures and issues, to educate others throughout the organization, and provide leadership development opportunities for Latinx employees.

Meet the Hispanic Leaders Driving Innovation from the Inside Out at Procter & Gamble

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At P&G, we’re never standing still. We’re always moving, growing, building and looking ahead to the next big breakthrough. This drive is in our DNA – it’s what created this company all those years ago, what kept us going through the decades and what keeps us forging ahead today.

Fifth Third's Latino Business Resource Groups Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

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Fifth Third Bank actively promotes inclusion and diversity through 65 regional business resource groups overseen by inclusion councils in each of the Bank’s 13 regions and through eight virtual Enterprise Business Resource Groups led by Enterprise committee executives.

All of Fifth Third’s BRGs are focused on the following three pillars: employee development, community involvement and business innovation. BRGs are open to all Fifth Third employees, whether they’re members of the group’s constituency or allies.

Fifth Third Bank's Bilingual Call Center Team Members Share How They Keep the Customer at the Center

Sept. 15-Oct. 15 honors cultures and contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans
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Sept. 15 marks the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month, when the United States recognizes the contributions and influence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the country’s history, culture and achievements.

Fifth Third Bank has a bilingual team that helps support the Bank’s Spanish-speaking customers. As a way to raise awareness about the call center, employees who work in this group share their thoughts on keeping the customer at the center, celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month and being inclusive.

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