Language training for hospital employees is one of the smartest decisions hospitals can make in modern times. Having an employee on-site, or a bilingual staff interpreter who can handle all of your language requests is not only a convenience but a necessity for most hospitals. A bilingual staff interpreter refers to person who gets hired by a company to interpret conversations and translate documents. When it comes to training, no company can provide too much. Incorporating your needs and requests into the curriculum is our speciality, as all programs feature customizable language training to meet your needs as a hospital business owner. We recognize that every hospital and every person is unique in their needs and learning styles- which is why we offer decision makers the freedom to customize our curriculum. Private, small group classes allow your employees to get comfortable wherever you need to host class; whether it's with our webinar style online classes or our private on-site language training for medical employees, we have options. Having a bilingual medical interpreter on-site to handle all of your language requests is becoming essential to many hospitals- so what are some of the benefits?Read more
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Private English training can encompass a wide range of topics, and can remain as private as needed with small-group English classes for private companies or can be open format. Whether it is online English training that is best for your employees or you would prefer us to come to you with our on-site private English classes- we have solutions for all your language training needs. For blue collar businesses, on-site English training allows your employees to take a hands-on approach to learning English, in a hands-on industry like landscaping. Industry specific English courses provide the tools necessary to communicate and fulfill duties better because the syllabus is tailored to vocabulary, and real-life situations that will occur while on the job. Our unique people centered, business focused approach to training your employees puts your business decision-makers in the drivers seat. By centering your real employees- before formulating a syllabus- we meet your people where they are at... never going too fast and assessing their levels along the way to ensure they get where you need them to be. Providing employers with the opportunity to offer 100% customizable English classes allows us to remain focused on your specific business needs, and your decision makers are able to get the most value out of private English training for employees. So what are some of your options as a landscaping company?Read more
Workforce English training is an important element of onboarding that business owners should not overlook. When approximately 67% of the U.S manufacturing workforce speaks Spanish as a primary or secondary language; deciding whether or not to offer workforce English training should be an easy one. This is an industry where working with heavy machinery, and operating dangerous equipment is a requirement for the job. If your workers have a hard time understanding you and vice versa misunderstandings become more frequent, and accidents start happening at work. In 2020 OSHA stated that language barriers are a factor in 25% of all workplace accidents. If factory owners could avoid even 10% of accidents by providing language training for workers hundreds of millions of dollars could be spent somewhere other than paying off lawsuits and what workers comp requires. But who are these workers, and where are they working? How can English training for companies help everyone in your factory?Read more
The global leisure and hospitality industry took a gigantic hit in March, 2020 and is only now just starting to recoup those losses, more than 2 years later. Specifically in U.S, small business that rely on tourists in states like New York, New Jersey and California that experienced the fallout and haven't recovered. Yet throughout the pandemic, people were more eager than before to return to traveling and for the first time, others were eager to begin. Most of us, myself included, were curious what the travel industry would look like in a post-quarantine world still dealing with COVID-19; when and if businesses were able to bounce back. With so many hospitality workers having left their jobs during quarantine to secure other means of income, a lot of hotels, casinos, cruise liners and the like are struggling to keep up with the overwhelming demand for travel in 2022. So how are these hospitality businesses filling these vacant roles? How can they attract top talent?Read more
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