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Recruiting for the right level of language skills needed to work in global businesses can be challenging. Understanding what language skills are available in key markets is necessary to inform your offshoring or outsourcing decisions and shape local hiring expectations and practices.
In this webinar, find out <u>HOW English levels differ across regions and job type and <u>WHY it is important for HR to consider language proficiency differences in hiring positions that require minimum spoken English skills. Pearson will share results from a study we completed that analyzes and compares the distribution of language levels across several key offshore markets. We will also share thresholds or standards local employers have set for spoken English and provide examples of how global companies determine acceptable language skills across their regional sites.
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