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Strictly Spanish recognizes clients commitment to Spanish-speaking employees

4/4/2012 by Lon Schultz

We are continuously impressed with our clients’ dedication to the success of their Spanish-speaking employees as demonstrated by their commitment to translate their human resource materials from English into Spanish.

We frequently receive requests from our clients to translate employee handbooks, benefit documents, operations procedures, safety manuals, employee newsletters, and more. We receive urgent requests to translate memos into Spanish about accidents that have happened and how they can be prevented in the future. We also receive time-critical requests to translate safety memos when there is an outbreak in influenza or another heath related issue.

It is a cost to our clients to translate their human resource materials into Spanish, but our clients see it as an investment that they will get a return on. Having important human resource materials translated into the language that an employee can clearly understand has a direct impact on a company’s bottom line. It is proven to increase morale, increase productivity, and improve customer service. Translating employee training materials into Spanish also reduces turn over and accidents. We see that this is so important to our clients that they budget annually for their Spanish translation needs.

We applaud our clients for setting aside the time and the money for such a worthy endeavor, but most of all, for telling their Spanish-speaking employees that they matter, especially at a time when our country is in turmoil over Hispanics’ rights to be here in the U.S.

Find out more about our Spanish translation services of human resource materials that we provide for our clients.

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