There are hidden costs that eventually come to the surface if a company decides not to invest in an efficient language training program. Voxy Channel Partner Joseph Williams, General Manager of The Language Co. in Chile, explores four hidden costs to be aware of in this guest blog post.
Whether co-founders of iconic companies or adding to economic growth, immigrants are the backbone of the United States. Despite innovative contributions, immigrants face significant obstacles. Learn how Voxy’s New Americans Initiative helps immigrants bring their invaluable skills to the workplace.
Senior leaders are often a blocker to getting effective, technology-mediated workplace English programs off the ground. Read as we explore common objections to implementing a language learning program and effective answers to help ensure your employees get the language training they need.
Amazon recently unveiled “Upskilling 2025,” an initiative to retrain employees from their corporate offices through fulfillment centers. HR Technologist, a respected publication for HR and L&D professionals, interviewed tech industry leaders to get key takeaways from Amazon’s announcement.
Katalyst, a non-profit in India, is on a mission to empower young women from low-income communities to take on leadership roles in the corporate and government sectors by developing their English language skills. Read about the positive impact on language training engagement after implementing Voxy.
International yogurt manufacturer Chobani recently launched a Voxy English language training program. The program will run for six months and includes fourteen Chobani employees. The Voxy/Chobani collaboration evolved with support from the Workforce Development Institute in New York.
For new immigrants especially, relocating to the U.S with limited language proficiency or an understanding of personal finance is tough. Recognizing a void in language training, Voxy created the English for Personal Financial Literacy course that covers credit cards, banking, fraud, identity theft and more.
HR managers often ask “Wouldn’t it be easier to translate company documents instead of investing in English training?” However, what happens when the company handbook changes or translations are needed in multiple languages? We explore why investing in your organization’s language training is beneficial.
There’s a certain magic in Voxy’s use of machine learning. When providing individualized content recommendations, Voxy’s machine learning is constantly configuring ways to improve our adaptive content. Learn how Voxy equips our learners with the language skills needed to accomplish real-world goals.
With years of experience in linguistics, Voxy’s Chief Education Officer, Dr. Katie Nielson, is able to offer modern approaches to workplace language training. Her recent article, published in Training Magazine, a leading professional and workforce development publication, offers expert advice on “The Do’s and Don’ts of Language Training”.