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As the workplace grows more ethnically and culturally diverse, benefit managers have to change communications accordingly

By Lisa V. Gillespie
May 1, 2012

There were 48.4 million Hispanic people in the U.S. as of 2009, making it the largest ethnicity in the nation. On top of it, Hispanics make up 14.8% of the civilian labor force. Projections suggest that "language minority students" (those who speak a language other than English at home and who have varying levels of proficiency in English) will comprise over 40% of elementary and secondary students by 2030.

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