What were the Hispanic inclusion trends in 2020?
The 2021 HACR Corporate Inclusion Index (CII) report showcases the HACR CII ratings designed around two focus areas – a practice assessment and an outcomes assessment for each of HACR’s four pillars: Employment, Procurement, Philanthropy, and Governance.
In each pillar, the practice assessment consists of 25 elements that examine what type of support or infrastructure a company has in place for diversity and inclusion, while the outcomes assessment examines five key indicators by which we can evaluate progress.
Key findings from the 2021 HACR CII include:
- 78 percent of all Hispanic employees are non-exempt
- On average, less than one (1) percent (.98%) of suppliers are Hispanic
- 65 percent of participants reported corporate and/or foundation contributions to Hispanics while only 22 percent tracked in-kind giving to Hispanics
- Latinas represent less than one (1) percent (.69%) of executives and less than two (2) percent (1.73%) of board directors
We extend our thanks to the 92 companies who demonstrated their commitment to Hispanic inclusion in Corporate America through their participation in the HACR CII. Fill out the form to download your copy of the 2021 HACR Corporate Inclusion Index report and explore the latest trends in Hispanic diversity and inclusion in Corporate America.
Learn more about this year’s report theme here.
How to cite this report:
Lopez, Eric, Minkel, Alida, and Roxana Vergara. 2021. 2021 HACR Corporate Inclusion Index Report. Washington, DC: Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility.