• Why You Should Use An Online Document Editing Service

    Just about anyone's writing can be improved with some help from an editor. A second set of eyes can catch typos, correct grammar, or help you see things from a different perspective. Today, you don't have to work for a newspaper or write a novel to get an editor to help you. Online document editing is a service that will make your work look as professional as possible before you send it off to its final destination.
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  • Is Your Women's Club Hosting A Special Event?

    Are you part of a women's club that hosts a major event every year? Will the event be in 2019, or are you already planning your 2020 special event? Perhaps you are the president of your club this year, or maybe you are a committee head. No matter the scenario, it might be that you already have everything for your event planned. If so, that must be a tremendous feeling of relief for you and for those on your committee.
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  • 4 Tips For Training Non-Native English Speakers At Work

    If you have employees who do not speak English well or at all because it is not their native language, you may be struggling with how to train them. Just because they can't speak English as well as your other employees doesn't mean they don't have the skills necessary to excel. However, you still need to be able to train them properly, which can be difficult. Check out these four tips that will help you train your non-native English speaking employees.
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  • Hiring An Interpreter To Talk To Parents At School Meetings Makes It Easier On Everyone

    Kids who come into English as a second language classes generally have parents who either speak very broken English or no English. That means that as an educator involved with those classes, you need to make sure that you can communicate with the parents as easily as possible. It's not fair to talk to use the children to translate for their parents, especially since they may not be as fluent in English as would be necessary to have discussions, and the discussion may not be appropriate for a child to be involved in.
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