The Hispanic population in the U.S. is growing faster than any other. HR needs to use its "positions and abilities to leverage, attract, develop and retain the Hispanic workforce in concert with overall business goals," experts say.

This means you'll need to be prepared to make adjustments to facilitate language and cultural integration.

Essential to your recruiting and retention success are succession and career planning, Hispanic councils or communities as well as recruitment and formal and informal mentoring, according to a survey of midlevel Latino professionals.

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