HLPA Expert Reviews, Pricing, Alternatives - 2022
Home to literally millions of jobs in a wide range of industries, HLPA also stands out for being the official job board of the Hispanic/Latino Professionals Association.
As the official job board of the Hispanic/Latino Professionals Association, it's all but guaranteed that the candidates who use it take their professional careers seriously. By vetting their partnered organizations for their commitment to Latinx diversity, candidates can rest assured that the companies and nonprofits featured on their premier site are a top place to work - which is a major boon for any organization.
Offering a filterable listing section where job seekers can sort organizations by industry, the HLPA makes it easy for organizations to import jobs from their websites and be found by qualified talent.
To be able to post jobs at HLPA, organizations need to meet the following eligibility criteria:
- The organization must be at least a year old with over one hundred US employees.
- Organizations must also either maintain an Employer Membership with HLPA or show proof of working directly with a Hispanic / Latino organization with a minimum of 500,000 active members that also centers on recruitment and job placement for Hispanics and Latinos.
- Organizations wishing to be listed must not have any unanswered Federal or State level Diversity & Inclusion labor complaints with the Department of Labor, OFCCP, State or Local Agencies, or other regulatory bodies.
- American Family Insurance
- Campbell's Soup Supply Company
- Eli Lilly and Company
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- General Dynamics Mission Systems
- Hershey Company
- Katz Media Group
- National Academy of Sciences
- Nintendo of America
- State Farm
- Transportation Security Administration
- US Census Bureau
- USDA - Agricultural Research Service
- Western Alliance
- Offers a daily average of 2‚Äì3 million jobs to their talent pool of Latinx candidates.
- Inform: HLPA equips both Hispanic and Latino job seekers and organizations with career and job-related news and information, especially surrounding inclusivity and diversity.
- Diversity placement: They bridge the gap between Hispanic and Latino job seekers and organizations, companies, and employers looking for talented Hispanic and Latino candidates to take up open positions.
- Listing: Every year, they publish a list of the best organizations in America where job-hunting Latinos and Hispanics should consider working. This list includes private, public, and government-owned organizations, schools, and hospitals.
- Surveying and monitoring: They are in constant communication with its Latino and Hispanic members to ensure that they have been placed, register companies recruiting them, ensure that they are being treated fairly in their places of work. Should any issues or complaints not get solved promptly arise, HLPA reserves the right to remove any organization from the list.
- Job postings: They let employers post jobs on their job boards
- Job fairs: Employers can participate in their job fairs to source top Hispanic and Latino talent.
- Advertising: Through HLPA, organizations can advertise their diversity and inclusion campaigns.
- 30-day job posting: $199
- Premium job posting: $995
- Basic Employer membership: $3995
- Standard: $5995
- Premium: $9995