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Invest in your employees

The average company budget on English training against base salary is over 3%

ETS and Ipsos Public Affairs surveyed 749 HR leaders of large, multinational companies in 13 countries.

They described the role English plays in the efficiency and therefore the cost effectiveness of their staff. Communication, collaboration and productivity are all at stake.

The top benefits of an English-proficient workforce range from communicating more effectively with clients and co-workers, to providing better customer service.

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Why English?

A few good reasons why English training does matter

#1 More than 7,000 languages are spoken around the globe but out of all of these, English is the universal language of international business communication.

#2 Proficient use of English can improve safety; enable success in business; boost productivity; and open up new opportunities.

#3 Business English is a serious must for every professional who aims to advance his or her career prospects.

The average spend on company employees for English training is over 3%.

Is your company budgeting enough on English training?

There are many more reasons to invest in your employees.

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