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How to Get Your Employees Excited About English

How to Get Your Employees Excited About English

In previous posts, we’ve talked about ways to keep yourself motivated while learning English—by setting personal goals, for example.  But what if you need to motivate someone else?  If you’re an employer whose team members need to improve their English skills, you need to know how to make sure everyone stays on track. In this…

Performance Review Phrases in English

Performance Review Phrases in English

Performance reviews aren’t anyone’s favourite thing. It can be awkward—even unenjoyable—to sit down and listen to someone tell you what you do well in your job and what you need to improve.  Well, it can be just as difficult if you’re the person reviewing someone’s job performance. You have to make sure you’re clear and…

15 Business Terms for Entrepreneurs

15 Business Terms for Entrepreneurs

The worldwide pandemic has had a huge impact on the job market around the world. With companies having to downsize and lay off employees, more and more people are beginning to look into the idea of working for themselves.  In this article, we discuss 15 common business terms to talk about entrepreneurs (people who start…

Positive Communication in Business Meetings

Positive Communication in Business Meetings

The way you communicate in business meetings is extremely important, and it comes with challenges. First of all, you have to express yourself clearly so you’re well understood. On top of that, you need to speak positively and respectfully (if you want to keep good business relationships, that is!)  Read on as we list different…

English Business Vocabulary

English Business Vocabulary

Last week, we discussed 5 Tips to Prepare for a Job Interview in English. If you read that post, you know the steps to impress the interviewer and get the job you want.  Now, you might be wondering if there’s anything you need to know before you start a job. There is! At your new…