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Employee English Lessons To Improve Negotiation Skills In Business

Employee English lessons can be used for a number of different purposes. Of course, the primary reason is to improve your employees' English proficiency, but you can also improve their negotiation skills as a result. In an industry like construction, knowing how to negotiate is essential; not only for coworker conflict resolution but for developing and maintaining healthy client relationships as well. For business owners, investing in English language training programs for ESL workers is as much about your business or brand, as it is about the employees who represent it. You can have the best product in the world, but it won't matter if your brand becomes synonymous with poor customer service. Language training online can be a very useful tool for business owners and decision makers in any industry; regardless of whether you work in a blue or a white collar industry. By putting you in the drivers seat, we can provide a 100% customizable learning experience for your employees. Blue collar industries like manufacturing and construction prefer to host onsite English classes to incorporate a highly specific set of vocabulary and safety trainings, that are better understood in a typical working environment with heavy machinery. Other decision makers find it better to host online corporate English classes through our easy-to-navigate web portal, where your employees learn from experienced instructors in real time, through a LIVE webinar classroom portal. 
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Workforce Language Training For The U.S Leisure & Hospitality Industry

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?
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