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RISK MANAGEMENT SHOULD NOT BE A FOREIGN LANGUAGE. 

Diversity in the workplace is a positive but can present challenges, including language barriers, cultural differences, discomfort among groups and tension from changing dynamics. When it comes to risk management - finding ways to ensure proper communication is critical to maintaining a productive and safe workplace.

Language and cultural barriers that emerge in a multilingual workforce can contribute to miscommunication and on-the-job accidents and injuries. Because employees that do not speak English generally hesitate to ask for help when they do not understand, it is essential to have the necessary resources available to communicate information.

Join us for a webcast that will walk through four simple, but essential steps to take to better navigate through language skills, sensitizing supervisors, translators, and training with language differences. You will also walk away will resources for interpretation and transportation services after a workplace injury takes place.

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TIM LEFLER, SR. CLAIMS CONSULTANT - HOLMES MURPHY
DARCY LOPEZ, PRESIDENT - VOICES LLC

ABOUT HOLMES MURPHY'S 2018 UNDERSTANDING ART MONTHLY WEBINAR SERIES

Just like our dog in pink rain boots, we want you to be fully prepared for whatever risk mud puddles may come your way. Our approach to helping clients is based on understanding your company’s culture, business, and vision.

The method we take to understand your risk management needs and insurance exposures is our Understanding ART Sales and Service model. That’s why during each month in 2018, our Property Casualty experts will highlight an important topic that focuses on mitigating risk that will provide insight and guidance on the specific steps you can take to improve each area of Avoid, Reduce, and Transfer. 

For more information about upcoming topics, webinar recordings, or supporting materials, please contact [email protected] or your local Holmes Murphy representative.

FOUR STEPS TO BETTER MANAGE WORKERS COMP IN A MULTILINGUAL BUSINESS