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Language Learning in the workplace: What Works, and Why?

Volume: 5 Issue: 6 Published: July 1993
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Table of contents
When personal growth meets corporate growth: English-language training programs
An employer's guide to language rights
Accents: Barriers to understanding
Video, audio, or disk?: Selecting language-learning materials to fill your organization's needs
Creative solutions In corporate language training
Translating and interpreting: Lessons learned
The truth about what it takes to learn a language
20 questions you should ask before developing an in-house language training program
Interpreting meaning through diversity
Resource Review: Gestures: The Do's and Taboos's of Body Language Around the World
Resource Review: Language Education for Intercultural Communication
Resource Review: Interactive Business English
Resource Review: Brush Up French and Brush Up Spanish
Resource Review: Living and Working in America: A Video-Audio Series for Studying American Language and Culture
Resource Review: Medical Spanish: A conversational approach
Resource Review: Pimsleur Language Programs
Resource Review: Cross-Cultural Caring: A Handbook for Health Professionals in Western Canada
Resource Review:Cross-Cultural Effectiveness: A Study of Canadian Technical Advisors
Resource Review: Transcultural Leadership: Empowering the Diverse Workforce
Fifty percent of language training is cross-cultural
Culture Briefs: Voting rights and language: A bit of history
Culture Memo: 10 Tips on Presenting Information to Limited-English Listeners
Eliminating language bias in company testing
Spotlight: Pfizer: Spirit of Citizenship, Commitment to Diversity
Readers' Forum: "Should a person with a strong accent be hired to do telephone work?"

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