HLPA.com, or the Hispanic/Latino Professionals Association, is an organization that connects quality employers with Hispanic and Latino talent. A job board is one service HLPA.com offers its members. Employers can also use the diversity advertising services and participate in job fairs and virtual events.
Non-member Job Posting (30-days)
2021 Employer Membership
HLPA.com is one of the country's top sources for finding Hispanic and Latino talent as well as bilingual professionals. The organization has been around since 1997 and so has over 20 years of experience in the diversity recruitment space.
Member employers can import vacancies regularly from their sites, post unlimited job posts, join virtual events, and customize services according to their needs. However, non-members can only post a single job at a time, job posts are not shared with a network of job sites to increase reach, and social media is only used to promote job fairs.
- Members can have vacancies on their site imported regularly.
- Members can post unlimited jobs.
- Includes detailed employer profiles.
- Employers have access to virtual events.
- Offers diversity advertising services.
- Makes use of targeted email campaigns.
- Non-members can post jobs.
- Employers are promoted on the Best Employers List.
- Non-members have minimal job posting options.
- Makes no use of social recruiting.
- Posts limited to the HLPA.com site.
- No resume database.
How to Post a Job on HLPA.com:
- Go to the HLPA.com homepage.
- Click on "Jobs" on the top right-hand side of the page.
- In the "Employers" block, click "Post a Job."
- Create an employer profile.
- Select a product.
- Fill in the job title, job description, job type, etc.
HLPA.com vs. DiversityJobs:
DiversityJobs is a bit more expensive than HLPA.com but it uses targeted social media to reach a larger audience and offers access to a resume database. HLPA.com targets the Hispanic and Latino community more specifically, members have limitless job posts, and employers are promoted via virtual events.
HLPA.com vs. America's Job Exchange:
AJE is more affordable and reaches more people than HLPA.com. It also offers access to a resume database. HLPA.com, however, is one of the largest Hispanic and Latino professional associations, offers members many more services, and promotes employers through virtual events.
HLPA.com vs. Professional Diversity Network:
PDN is a more well-known site and reaches a larger audience, but it is also more expensive than HLPA.com. HLPA.com is more targeted, promotes employers to job-seekers through virtual events, and offers members unlimited job posts, customizable packages, and a range of exclusive services.
Hispanic / Latino Professionals Association
Number of Employees
What is HLPA.com?
HLPA.com is the website of the Hispanic/Latino Professionals Association and it works as a recruitment platform for companies wanting to hire Hispanic and Latino professionals. Job-seekers can browse job posts on the organization's job board.
What does it cost to post a job on HLPA.com?
A non-member job post costs $199.00 and lasts for 30 days. To become a member of the HLPA and be able to post unlimited job posts, it costs $3,995.00.
How do I create an account on HLPA.com?
To create an employer account on HLPA.com, go to the website, click "sign in." Click "Employer / Organization Registration" on the sign-in page. Fill out the online form and click "Register."
How do I delete a job post on HLPA.com?
- Sign in to your account.
- Click on "Job Postings."
- Click on the title of the job post you want to delete.
- Select "Delete Job."
What types of jobs can I advertise on HLPA.com?
You can advertise just about any job on HLPA.com. The organization's employer directory lists almost 50 industries.