Your Non-Native English Speakers May Be Your Best Negotiators

There’s an assumption that the biggest challenge with hiring a non-native English speaker is communication. Managers fear misunderstandings and missed cultural cues that could ...
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4 Important Pieces of the Employee Experience Puzzle

No, technology will not kill HR, but it will force HR to evolve. Traditionally, organizations tasked HR departments with a few key functions - compliance, recruiting, training, ...
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3 Reasons Why Your Team Needs a Mission Statement Now

What propels your employees out of bed and to the office? If your response is, “A regular paycheck” then you’ve got a problem on your hands. A clearly defined mission statement ...
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7 Key Components of A Successful Employee Relocation Program

Companies have to relocate employees for different reasons. They may be changing locations entirely, need to make up for a skills deficit in a regional office, or want to attract ...
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4 Examples of How Companies Effectively Engage Their Employees

There’s a saying: Hire smart people and then get out of their way. This expression is true, but it’s missing an important third part. It should be: Hire smart people Get out of ...
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6 Mistakes To Avoid For Your Dream Job Interview

Most of us know the general rules of interviewing. Bring an extra copy of your resume. Arrive on time. Don’t bring a drink or a friend. Definitely, don’t say anything negative ...
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How To Practice English on a Busy Schedule

Life is about priorities. It doesn’t matter how busy your day is. You still manage to brush your teeth, go to work, and eat something. You may not spend a full three minutes ...
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How To Meet People in a New Country on a Tight Work Schedule

If you recently moved and you’re feeling lonely, it’s not just you. While the international life can be glamorous, lack of familiarity with social norms makes it difficult to find ...
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5 Tough Situations Faced By Non-Native Employees (And How To Handle Them)

Living and working in an English-speaking country isn’t as simple as mastering the grammar. There are so many customs and nuances to pick up on that hardly a week goes by when ...
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How To Build a Positive Relationship With a Remote Colleague Working Abroad

It’s no surprise that companies are increasingly turning to remote workers. Studies show that they are happier and more productive. As a result, managers are figuring out how to ...
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