Chrysler Group Recognized As A Top Company
For Working Hispanic Women
Chrysler Group announced it has been named one of the 50 "BestCompanies for Working Hispanic Women," according to Latina Style magazine'sfifth annual corporate poll of best places to work.This is the fourth year Chrysler Group has been named to the list.Latina Style's national listing is the result of research involving morethan 600 of the most respected corporations in the U.S. The Latina Style"Top 50" is the only poll evaluating corporate America's responsiveness tothe needs and aspirations of the modern Hispanic working woman."Chrysler Group has always worked hard to find ways to enhance the value ofour enterprise by creating an inclusive environment that encourages andvalues teamwork and inspires all employees to work with passion andenthusiasm," said Nancy Rae, senior vice president - Human Resources. "Werealize that a diverse workforce contributes to a fulfilling workexperience."Companies participating in the poll were evaluated on issues identified asthe most important within the workplace by Latina Style's readers. A fewof those areas included: number of Latina executives; mentoring programs;Latinas on board of directors; educational opportunities;dependent/child-care support; childbirth/family leave; alternative workpolicies; benefits; women's issues; and Hispanic relations.Chrysler Group recently added Steve Rojas, owner of Fullerton Dodge inCalifornia, as an outside advisor to its enterprise-wide Diversity Council.Rojas has been recognized for his entrepreneurial success within theHispanic community and was past president of the DaimlerChrysler MinorityDealer Association.Chrysler Group says its Diversity Council is comprised of many of its topofficers. The role of the Council is to lead the business case fordiversity while ensuring an inclusive environment. The Council also worksto leverage diversity as a fundamental business strategy.The Latina Style award was recently presented at a ceremony in Washington,D.C.