International Business College Job Fair

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014

El Paso, TX- HG Arias & Associates, along with more than 20 other employers, was present at the IBC East Campus Job Fair. Executive Recruiters Martha Enriquez and Adriana Quiroz spoke with dozens of job seekers regarding current job opportunities.


2014 Governor’s Small Business Forum

Monday, April 7th, 2014

El Paso, TX- HG Arias & Associates Recruiting and Retention Manager Frank Chavira and Executive Recruiter Marie Espino attended the Governor’s Small Business Forum hosted by the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and  the office of governor Rick Perry on Wednesday April 2, 2014. 

HG Arias & Associates would like to congratulate our client, Fred Loya Insurance on being honored with the Lone Star Legacy Award for their significant impact in employment, growth and community involvement.


Western Precast Concrete, Inc. Receives OSHA’S Platinum Award

Monday, March 31st, 2014

OSHA Safety Platinum Recognition

El Paso, TX – Western Precast Concrete, Inc., a staffing partner of HG Arias & Associates, LP was presented the Platinum Safety Recognition by the  Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) on Friday March 28, for its facility’s outstanding safety and health record.

Among the employees recognized by Western Precast Concrete, Inc. for their contributions to this achievement were four HG Arias & Associates, LP employees: Thomas Luna, Cynthia Grall, Luis Ramirez and Gerardo Martinez.

Congratulations to Western Precast Concrete, Inc. for this recognition of their continued safety efforts and special congratulations to the HG Arias & Associates employees who were recognized by our partner as having outstanding safety records.

Baseball Q&A with our Director of Operations

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

Luis Pablo Gallegos is no stranger to the world of baseball. Our Director of Operations shares a passion with his family around the LA Dodgers baseball team. Walk up to him and you’ll be talking for hours and hours if you bring up one of baseball’s oldest brands.

We picked his brain on what the arrival of the Chihuahuas mean for the local baseball scene.

How important is the image of a mascot to the success of a baseball team?

At the end of the day, if the team does well and they put on a good show, the mascot could become insignificant. But during start up it is very important .It’s important that the fans identify with the team, the biggest link is the mascot and it should represent the city and the fans. I feel the owners could have taken in to consideration the feedback from the fans.

Do you think there could have been a better mascot for El Paso’s first triple AAA team?

Definitely, considering the history with the missions and the fact that the team is a farm team for the Padres, they could have gone with Missions or Fryers. Maybe a nod to El Paso baseball past with Sun Devils.

Will you be supporting El Paso’s baseball team? Why or why not?

I will definitely be supporting the team. Triple A is one step below the majors, we have an opportunity to see some great baseball and put El Paso on the national sports scene. Every El Pasoan needs to support this team, whether they agree with the mascot or not.

‘Chihuahuas Unveiled’: What does it mean for El Paso?

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Have the marketing minds behind the El Paso Chihuahuas hit a home run or struck out with the unveiling of a new brand in the Sun City?

On Tuesday, October 22, the official mascot and team name of our city’s first Triple-A baseball was announced and met with mixed reviews. Hundreds gathered for the official press event where the logo and mascot were revealed, but it was on social media where El Pasoan’s let ‘the dog’ out.



At H.G. Arias, we take care of our brand. Over the summer, we revamped who we were online and on our social media channels. So we got to thinking: what went into the Chihuahuas’ brand? Here’s a sneak peek at what goes into the birthing a brand into the Sun City.



So what do you think? Are you a fan of the new team name and mascot?

Staffing Employee of the Year

Saturday, September 21st, 2013

Between September 10 – 16, the U.S.  honored the work done by one of the fastest-growing segments of the workforce, and one that has become a pillar for companies: Temporary workers.

National Staffing Employee Week  noted the many contributions America’s temporary and contract workers make to the country, and provide opportunities for these workers to connect with their communities, local media stations, clients and other talent.

Beatrice Wiles with HG Arias & Associates Recruiting and Retention Manager, Frank Chavira.

As part of the week long celebration, the American Staffing Association has named the 2013 National Staffing Employee of the year, a title that goes to an employee who goes above and beyond what is expected in a temp position.

HG Arias & Associates, LP named Beatrice Wiles, an Administrative Assistant, as its 2013 Staffing Employee of the year. Beatrice has been on assignment with staffing partner Monica McGowan since September 2011.

We thank Beatrice as well as all of our temporary and contract employees for their contributions. Temp workers have been making their mark on the American economy for decades, but in the last few years, the penetration rate of temp workers has risen tremendously, and is currently at its highest level in five years. What’s more, experts expect this number to continue to rise as staffing firms continue to help employers through tough economic times.

For more information about HG Arias & Associates, LP, please call 915-598-0200 or visit

H.G. Arias & Associates, LP of El Paso to celebrate National Staffing Employee Week

Monday, September 16th, 2013


H.G. Arias & Associates, LP of El Paso joins staffing companies across the country in celebrating National Staffing Employee Week, Sept. 16-22, established by the American Staffing Association to pay tribute to the millions of Americans who are employed by staffing firms every business day.

“National Staffing Employee Week is a salute to the important and talented temporary and contract employees who make vital contributions to the nation’s work force and economy,” said Frank Chavira, recruitment and retention manager of H.G. Arias & Associates, LP.

Businesses, according to ASA, tap staffing companies for quality talent in virtually all occupational sectors, from call center service representatives to skilled tradesmen to attorneys. ASA also reports that 79 percent of temporary and contract employees work full-time (35 hours or more per week), virtually the same as the rest of the work force.

Posted in El Paso Times 09/16/2013

H.G. Arias recognized at Sol de Oro Awards

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

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For the second year in a row, H. G. Arias & Associates is recognized by the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for being ranked in the top 500 Hispanic businesses in the nation during the Sol de Oro Celebration on July 31, 2013.

The Chamber tradition celebrates local businesses that have earned the “Top 500” distinction from and crafted partnerships with other businesses in El Paso.

“You are an entrepreneur who serves as a role model to the Hispanic business community,” writes chamber CEO Cindy Ramos-Davidson in a letter to Sol de Oro honorees. “Our community is proud to call you one of our own, as El Paso proves that its local businesses can compete at a national level.”

About the El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce: The El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce serves as a vital resource connection for the small minority, women and disadvantaged business community – and for the past 21 years, it has served as the primary catalyst to bring regional coordination and synergy to local minority business development.

About H. G. Arias & Associates: H. G. Arias & Associates is in the business of people. We exist to provide exemplary recruitment and staffing services to our clients while advancing the global workforce. For over a decade, our organization has evolved to encompass a full-time recruiting staff and offices in both El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico.



Associate attends Tish Times’ career session

Monday, June 24th, 2013

Linda Avila, the newest addition to H.G. Arias & Associates’ executive recruiting team, recently attended a professional development session lead by Tish Times, career expert and life strategist.

“Her seminar inspired me to try and succeed at everything I do,” says Avila. “Her life strategies really motivate one to get through your professional and personal ups and downs.”

090croppedThe career development session took place at the top of downtown El Paso’s Chase building. As Times lead her sessions, attendees were treated to the city’s iconic skyline and caught snippets of the downtown area’s revitalization efforts.

Avila is an example of a new generation of working women in El Paso’s business community. She started out as an administrative associate, managing the the office’s correspondence and phone lines, and is now part of the world-class recruiting team.

Learn more about Tish Times’ programs at and follow her 140-character advice at @TishTimes.

Group debuts brand revamp, new online image

Monday, June 24th, 2013

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H. G. Arias & Associates recently completed a rebranding journey that encompasses their identity as a business, their social media presence and website.

“The El Paso business scene changes every day and we need to keep up,” said Hugo Rojo, public relations and sales specialist. “We are shifting to being ‘people oriented’ and enhancing the city’s workforce.”

Rojo has worked closely with the business’ leadership to develop a cohesive brand that spans across a new website, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Deep blues tie their brand together and inspire professionalism throughout their office.

“Our audiences are online and we need to cater to them,” added Rojo. “Chances are that our next promising candidates will have seen the job posting on Facebook.”

H.G. Arias & Associates is introducing a new website that keeps online guests in mind. With featured jobs and job seeker tips buttons present in every page, the business hopes to catch visitors’ attention and motivate them to apply.