Foodservice managers who have lingering doubts about investing in on-site
language training should consider this:
By 2027, over one million new jobs are expected to be added to the restaurant
According to the National Restaurant Association, “All of this means that
foreign-born employees will be increasingly important to the restaurant
industry’s ability to expand and create jobs in the years ahead.”38
For foodservice operators and managers who want to plan for their future now,
the question is obvious: What’s the best way to address these issues?
Rosetta Stone can provide some answers.
In the world of product development, we spend months – sometimes years – designing, developing, and testing new products. We spend thousands of hours preparing for their launch. We leave no stone unturned as we get the product ready to survive – and thrive – in the hands of customers. In many ways, it feels like we are a massive group of expectant parents getting ready for the birth of what will become our own child.
With global opportunities on the rise,. having a multilingual workforce has become a critical market success factor. Language proficiency and awareness of a market's culture, local customs, and business traditions conveys respect for customers and colleagues, which leads to greater trust and improved business results.
Businesses are providing language-learning resources that prepare employees to engage in these markets. Forbes Insights and Rosetta Stone surveyed 200+ executives globally to understand the impact of language training on companies and employees. Read this guide to learn the key themes and data from the report.
Language training is a crowd favorite in any global company's training mix. But how valuable is it to the business?
The 2016 Rosetta Stone Business Impact Survey answered this and other key questions by surveying thousands of users of its business products. This e-book shares the key results to help human resource, learning and development, and business line leaders better understand how language impacts business.
There's a need for better language learning, and a strong case for it.
87% of business executives say their business relies on more than one critical languages. Those that invest in learning outperform the market by more than 45%. Learn how improvements in your language programs provide tangible business returns.
Does your company foster a strong team dynamic? More than ever, effective businesses rely on employees to work internally across departments, and externally with increasingly global networks of clients.
Thousands of learners were surveyed about the impact of
language training with Rosetta Stone® business solutions.Results showed investing in employee language proficiency delivers five key benefits:
Strengthens business operations
Stimulates employee engagement
Drives company loyalty
Attracts globally-aware Millennials
When augmenting the benefits package for your organization, it’s natural to focus on traditional perks that employees have come to
expect: PTO, health insurance, and maybe a tuition assistance credit here or there. But if you’re looking for creative and effective ways to stimulate employee engagement while also driving business results, you’ll want to consider the powerful impact of offering language-learning opportunities.
Where’s the connection? And how can you reproduce these benefits within your organization? This playbook offers a deeper look at why language learning has such a positive influence on employee engagement and business performance, as well as step-by-step instructions for implementing a language-learning program in your organization.
Language training is a crowd favorite in any global company's training mix. But how valuable is it to the business? How does an organization convert the time spent conversing with virtual tutors or playing listening games into actual business value? The Rosetta Stone Business Impact Survey answered these and other questions by surveying thousands of users of its business products. This e-book shares the key results to help human resource, learning and development, and business line leaders better understand how language impacts business.
MarketBridge, a leading global provider of sales and marketing services, surveyed 493 senior and upper management-level business professionals in a variety of functional roles at leading international corporations to learn more about their company's language-learning needs. Please download this free white paper for more information.
In global, multicultural organisations, simply expecting all employees to speak one common language, such as English, marginalises the potential impact of international talent and leaves monolingual staff ill-equipped to help the organisation compete effectively in a globalised environment.
What's the biggest difference between mediocre and exceptional companies? Employees. People are ultimately responsible for the vision, ideas, products and day-to-day work that make a company great. These high-performing organisations continue to extract more value from their people because they think of them as long-term, strategic resources with the capacity to improve and adapt to the changing needs of the business.
Gruppentrainings vor Ort oder doch elearning für alle Standorte? Die Möglichkeiten für nachhaltiges Sprachenlernen für Unternehmen sind vielseitig. Die benchmark Studie des elearning journals zeigt, wie der Bedarf an Sprachtraining in deutschsprachigen Unternehmen in der Praxis derzeit gedeckt wird und welche Trends sie kennen sollten.
Sie wollen in die Fremdsprachenkompetenzen Ihrer Mitarbeiter investieren? Sabine Schnorr, Director Central Europe von Rosetta Stone, hat zusammengefasst, welche aktuellen Entwicklungen die Branche nachhaltig beeinflussen und welche Trends Unternehmen unbedingt kennen sollten.
Sie möchten, dass Ihre Mitarbeiter selbstbewusster in einer Fremdsprache kommunizieren und damit noch effizienter zum Unternehmenserfolg beitragen können? Die Formel für nachhaltiges Sprachenlernen scheint zunächst komplex. Lesen Sie hier, welchen Lösungsweg Rosetta Stone, einer der weltweit größten Anbieter von Sprachlernprogrammen, entwickelt hat.
Published By: Teradata
Published Date: Jan 27, 2015
There is little question about the role that SAP® BW has historically played in the SAP® infrastructure. It has been a key element in unlocking SAP’s vast and complex store of operational data housed in their ERP applications. One can easily think of BW as the original Rosetta Stone for this data. For without it, end users and IT shops would have faced daunting coding tasks attempting to cull the proper elements out of the SAP® ERP code for reporting. However, BW and the associated tools around it were rudimentary to begin with, and have not advanced to where it meets the pressing demands of todays’ end users.
The New Rosetta Stone 2.0 for SAP® ERP Data —And More. Download now!
Baldwin County Public Schools has built a curriculum that includes preparing students for the world of intelligent machines and empowering them to participate in the global community through language acquisition. The district sought a technology-based solution to provide students with the opportunity for long-term language learning.
Making your talent global-ready is key to your organization's future. A big part of global readiness lies in language and cultural skills. Knowledge of another language and culture builds bridges to customers and colleagues, and studies show that the ability to connect delivers measurable business impact. Building effective language and cultural learning programs is not difficult, but first HR must uncover the need - which often remains hidden from plain view.
English Classes are now required starting as early as Kindergarten in many countries. And according to one statistic, one out of every four people speaks English at what could be considered usable level.
A key element in the equation is communication, and if your employees can't communicate with their peers--or worse their customer--your business will fail. Explore this infographic to understand how Rosetta Stone Catalyst balances the equation.