Learn more about today’s Hispanic workforce
Minority retirement savings »
Studies show black and Hispanic employees save less for retirement than other groups. What can you do to help your minority employees better prepare for retirement?
The challenges and benefits of a diverse workforce »
Are you listening to the experts on new ways to handle diversity in your workplace?
2013 workplace trends »
After years of productivity increases, what do employees want now? You might be surprised.
Hispanics and their views of identity »
Gain insight about Latinos’ attitudes about identity — including views on language, values, countries of origin and life in the United States.*
Retirement plans of Hispanics hit hard »
Learn why Hispanic employees are “eroding” their retirement plans. It’s a troubling trend that could leave families with no retirement savings to fall back on.
Tips on working with a Latino workforce »
Gain insight on cultural differences and how you may accommodate the needs of your Hispanic workforce.
Unum's personal claims service »
One of our Spanish-language flyers describes how Unum handles claims for your diverse workforce.
Your Hispanic workforce »
Unum has compiled a summary of trends we are seeing nationally and in the workplace — plus information on ways you can provide essential support to your diverse workforce.
The value of communication »
Unum discusses the importance of providing comprehensive benefits education and enrollment to your entire workforce.
Enrollment tools for Spanish speakers »
Unum's arsenal of benefit communications can help ensure your diverse workforce understands their benefit options.
How benefits education builds the value of employee benefits »
Learn why benefit education is more important than ever before.
The employee benefits needs of Hispanic workers »
These voluntary benefits can help you provide a safety net for your Hispanic workforce without breaking your budget.
Learn how you can provide the benefits assistance your Hispanic workforce needs. Contact your Unum representative »