Latina Style magazine last week named Walmart, Target, CVS Caremark and the Army & Air Force Exchange Service four of the 50 best companies for Latinas to work for.
Walmart ranked No. 10 on the list, Target No. 36, CVS Caremark No. 41 and the Exchange No. 46.
The 2014 Latina Style 50 will be published in the magazine’s special August issue, and the companies will be recognized at the magazine’s awards ceremony and diversity conference early in 2015.
“The Exchange consistently champions diversity, and this national award is a testament to our strong commitment to excellence,” stated Exchange EVP and chief merchandising officer Ana Middleton, one of the Exchange’s highest-ranking Hispanic women. “Diversity in the work force is essential to ensuring the Exchange serves soldiers, airmen their families and retirees in the best way possible.”
The companies were chosen for Latina Style 50 after evaluation of more than 800 companies. The magazine’s annual rankings are considered a respected source of information for Hispanic women across the country.
Latina Style 50 highlights companies that have a dedicated effort to diverse recruiting and promotion initiatives. The report also highlights companies that have programs to recruit veterans and military personnel.