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Bi-Lingual Workplaces

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Accepting the fact that the bi-lingual is not going to go away,
â?¢What can we do to address Bi-Lingual Issues in our workplaces?
â?¢Should there be Federal Requirements?
â?¢Should the Federal Government use Taxpayer Money to fund solutions?

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Discusses bilingual issues in the workplace.

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To ensure safety in bi-lingual workforces companies should implement orientation in the worker's native language, if possible. Next they should post signage and communication materials in the language in which your employees are fluent. OSHA has free materials for Spanish speaking workers. These printed safety materials can ...

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