Level the playing field for employees by using professional human resources translation.
Today’s workforce is diverse, with many workers whose first language is not English.
The Brookings Institute reported that nearly one in 10 working-age adults in the U.S. is limited in English proficiency. Two-thirds of these are Hispanic, but the workforce also includes many speakers of Asian and Pacific Island languages.
Many immigrant workers speak English adequately, but they often struggle to understand the information in important written materials. It is crucial for employees to understand and follow workplace procedures such as safety guidelines.