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ESL For Businesses Located In NY Could Be FREE

Providing ESL for businesses can open so many doors for your associates, and your company in general. For associates enrolled in English as a Second Language classes, they will be learn language skills they will use for the rest of their lives. Meanwhile your business will save money in the long run, and lower turnover rates. Over the years, countless studies have proven that employees are more likely to remain employed with companies that provide learning and development opportunities. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2023 report, the United States average annual turnover rate is 47% - where 20% is considered high. Additionally, over 4 million U.S employees leave their job each month, 70% of which is voluntary, and 1 in 3 of those who quit did not even have a job lined up. When the cost of replacing a singular employee ranges from .5 - 2 times their annual salary, businesses everywhere should be seriously considering any initiative that can improve employee satisfaction.
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Worker ESL Could Be FREE For Your PA Business!

Worker ESL (English as a Second Language) could be free for your business in PA (Pennsylvania). In PA, the leading sectors in terms of economic contributions are agriculture, manufacturing and the service industry. Of these industries, foreign born workers account for 70% (of all agricultural positions), 14% (of all manufacturing positions) and 21% (of all service industry positions). For companies in all industries, providing training to ESL employees is an ideal concept. With many even believing that to do so would be a detriment to their business. Even going as far to believe that the time and the cost of providing essential trainings for employee development is unrealistic. But what if we told you it didn't have to be that way? In fact, what if we told you that you didn't have to spend your company money or time to provide this training? Would you believe us? If you are a business owner, or decision maker in Pennsylvania and are looking for a way to provide cost effective worker training & development, we have solutions you may not have even considered yet.
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ESL Workforce & How Businesses Get FREE English Class In NH

Your ESL workforce - that speaks English as a Second Language- has a lot to offer. Bringing a wide range of skills, perspectives and new approaches; your ESL workforce is able to contribute much to your business that you may not realize. But what happens when you need them to improve their English proficiency? When training costs a lot of time, money & other resources, decision makers must face a choice. Does the cost of onboarding outweigh the cost of providing adequate training? The answers may vary, and we encourage you to continue reading and come to your own conclusion...
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Workforce ESL Class & Getting FREE Employee Training In MA

Workforce ESL class is a tool that company owners and leaders can use to teach employees how to speak English as a Second Language (ESL) or how to improve. Most language training companies out there only offer standard English training, that is self-taught through a book or pre-recorded videos. And that is fine, but it most likely won't provide the return on investment you are looking for. Which is a good thing, because we aren't most companies. We believe every company, every associate and every industry have different needs when it comes to online language training courses. Some may need ESL employees to improve their writing skills for their marketing jobs, while others require ESL for construction workers that focuses on safety trainings. By providing fully a fully customized language training experience, we remain focused on your business objectives while centering the needs of your associates enrolled in the course. Whether that is through our professional skills programs or a corporate ESL course that is industry specific or something else you require. The best part? You might be able to offer employee ESL without spending company money...
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