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Latino culture; a dynamic force in the changing American workplace.


Latino culture; a dynamic force in the changing American workplace.

Chong, Nilda and Francia Baez.

Intercultural Press


225 pages




Written for mainstream managers, supervisors and employees who work with Latinos, this volume explores the nuances of Latino culture in the workplace. Chong and Baez, first-generation Latinas and human resources experts, discuss Latino values and communication styles as well as concepts of gender, work relationships and generational differences. The authors also highlight the diversity of the Latino culture.

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Date:Nov 1, 2005
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