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With the rapidly increasing Spanish-speaking workforce, knowing Spanish has become crucial in human resources. Learning Spanish will empower you to meet the needs of the growing number of Spanish-speaking employees and will help you in fulfilling your career goals. If you are in the human-resources field and need to make yourself understood with Spanish-speaking employees and applicants, Spanish for Human Resources will provide you with the essential phrases to meet your needs. Learn the words and phrases that relate to the most commonly encountered situations in human resources without tedious grammar lessons.

Topics covered:

  • The Application Process
  • Interviewing Applicants
  • Explaining Benefits
  • General Instructions
  • Praising Employees
  • Handling Problems
  • Explaining Policies
  • And Much More!
  • ©2006 Stacey Kammerman; (P)2006 Stacey Kammerman

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    What would have made Spanish for Human Resources better?

    Terrible. Expecting HR professional lingo. It is only basic spanish

    What was most disappointing about Stacey Kammerman’s story?

    .Terrible. Expecting HR professional lingo. It is only basic spanish

    Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Stacey Kammerman?

    .Terrible. Expecting HR professional lingo. It is only basic spanish

    If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Spanish for Human Resources?

    .Terrible. Expecting HR professional lingo. It is only basic spanish

    Any additional comments?

    Do not say it is for HR