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 Corporate Communications Blog

Translation of Open Enrollment 2019 Infographic

Your decision to start translation of Open Enrollment materials is an important one to support your employees. Open Enrollment is often the only period where employees and their families make informed decisions about their healthcare coverage.

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Reinvesting in HR Translations

Human Resources Translations is one of the main verticals that we have served for over 15 years. During that time we have seen dramatic economic changes and that affected how HR Benefit Consultants and their clients invest in HR Translations.

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HR Benefit Translations into Spanish for Puerto Rico

HR Benefit Translations for US corporations often require Spanish translations for their Speaking employees. However, if you need materials created for Puerto Rico employees you should consider ensuring that the materials are relevant to the laws in that country and translated in Spanish for Puerto Rico.

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Translating Conditional Statements in Mail Merge Fields

Translating Conditional Statements in Word is a challenge because our industry does not seem to have quite figured out how to process these. Sometimes you have to resort to the old fashioned of working, realizing it will pay off in the long run.

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There Ain’t No Such Thing As Free Translation

For years, technology has made our industry worry about the impact of automated Free Translation services. But how free are free translations really and what are we to gain from free translations? If the idea is that nothing comes for free, then where are the hidden costs of free translations?

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Sign Language vs. Foreign Language Interpreting

Sign-language interpreting and Foreign language interpreting are two distinct professions with the same goal of mediating communication between two or more parties with different languages. Both deal with language, one spoken and one signed. Both contrive importance from cultural impact on the language(s) being interpreted. However, the standards and practices by which we operate are quite distinct.

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Setting up a Multilingual Call Center

Developing your own Multilingual Call Center may not be feasible for many small to medium sized business. Here are some considerations when using Phone Interpreting Services for multilingual call center support.

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Francization and the challenge of Customer Support

When companies are setting up shop in Canada and Quebec particularly, they are subject to the rules and regulations set forth by the OQLF regarding the use of English and French language. One particular challenge is dealing with Customer Service in French.

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Consolidation of corporate communications

Get a handle on the overall process and the opportunity to identify the gaps in the process, identify local and regional strategies, increase your global competence and the learning and control of the messaging and not dilute the brand

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