How globalization is changing businesses' language needs

07/13/2013 | Thomas Regional

Research shows that to compete in today's global market, small and midsized businesses will need to enhance their cultural awareness and hire more multilingual employees. Such employees can help businesses interact more professionally with international customers. "The ability to work across cultures is no longer a nice-to-have skill set for elite executives; every year it becomes more essential to finding any job at all," international careers expert and author Stacie Berdan said.

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