Webinar: How Workday’s Language Training Leads to Employee Engagement

Business Workday Webinar CLO Rosetta Stone web 300x222Employee engagement is one of the primary challenges facing business organizations. Workers desire a workplace that treats them very differently from a generation ago.

Today’s workforce wants to grow professionally in their organization. Employees see the international needs in the global economy and want the language skills needed to compete. More than 50 percent of employees desire language and cultural training as part of their employee development program.

Workday, a global leader in human resources, found out how to make that strategy work for them and they are sharing it in a new webinar, “Speaking Up: How Workday Employs Language Training to Drive Engagement and Global Culture Change”. The webinar will be taking place on Tuesday, November 24th at 12:00 pm EST.

Sonia Rose, Workday’s Employee Programs & Communications Manager, participates in an interview by Rosetta Stone Client Services manager Sascha Ramos. They talk about the benefits of leveraging a language learning strategy in your organization, including:

  • Injecting the global flavor into your corporate culture that today’s employee desires
  • Providing the skills that prepare workers to compete in the global economy
  • Injecting your workers with cultural awareness. This aids in their business both in the home office and abroad.

The race for global talent is more competitive than ever! Your company can gain the tools necessary to not only compete, but succeed. Language learning is the tool that can help make that happen. This webinar, presented by a recognized leader in employee engagement, is the first step into making that goal a reality.

It’s not too late to have one more great idea to revolutionize your employee development structure in 2015!

Again, the webinar will be held on Tuesday, November 24th at 12:00 pm EST. Register here to ensure your spot in this informative session!

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