Language training: building a component into your assignment policy

Investment in language training for relocating employees can have a direct impact on company assignment and corporate business outcomes. In fact, its implementation in assignment policy allows us to set clear, tangible objectives that are both flexible and measurable, but also tie into a corporate focus.

Our latest article shares insight into what makes a good language component in an international assignment policy, and how best to utilize the skills.

The impact of language policy on assignment success

Throughout this article, we outline the returns a language training component could bring to your organization and workforce. In doing so, the direct and indirect advantages are discussed, including:

  1. Meeting business objectives
  2. Building relationships and opportunities
  3. Breaking down cultural barriers
  4. Better assignment experience
  5. Building diversity

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