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Global LT recognizes that working and interacting with people from various cultural backgrounds is necessary in today's world of work. Whether it's assessing your team for language skills gaps or leading diversity training, it's essential that your team can understand and be understood by their colleagues, customers, and prospective customers.
The unemployment rate in the United States is at a record low, and it’s still a job-seekers market. Every HR leader knows businesses should retain their best employees instead of replacing them, so language training is necessary in your human capital management strategy.
The future of work relies on immigrants, non-native English-speaking workers, and Gen Z – all of whom should be offered language training to thrive at work.
Global LT offers language training and professional translation services in any language so you can keep your employees engaged.
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The workplace is undergoing a profound shift characterized by the integration of cutting-edge technology and a heightened focus on human connections. With more Americans aging out of the workforce than entering it, immigrants play an increasingly crucial role in the labor market.
Language bias can have negative consequences, such as reinforcing stereotypes, limiting opportunities for language speakers, or perpetuating inequality. Recognizing and addressing language bias is essential for promoting fairness, inclusivity, and equal treatment for all languages and dialects.
In today's globalized world, businesses are continuing to recognize the value and potential of a diverse workforce. One group that often brings unique skills, perspectives, and a strong work ethic are refugees. As HR leaders and Learning and Development professionals at a Fortune 500 company in the U.S., it's essential to understand the benefits, challenges, and best practices associated with hiring refugees.