Helping immigrants and limited English proficiency (LEP) employees learn English offers clear, measurable benefits to companies that affect bottom line, ROI, and performance. Voxy’s Chief Education Officer, Katie Nielson explores five unexpected ways your organization will benefit by helping employees with limited English proficiency.
Smart Working is an innovative concept that uses new technology to improve both performance and career satisfaction. Voxy Channel Partner, Peter Luntz, Director of Studies at I.L.S, International Language School (ILS) shares insights on what organizations can learn now from the Smart Working revolution.
We are excited to announce our Chief Education Officer, Dr. Katie Nielson will host a Quora Session on November 18 with the chance to submit questions early on November 14. Quora Sessions offer a live Q&A with select experts in various fields, and Katie is excited to share her expertise on language learning! Continue reading to learn more.
The most recent edition of Voxy Live, our exclusive event series for HR and professional development leaders, took place this month in Mexico City. Unable to attend? Two Voxy clients shared their positive experiences using our platform. Read on to learn more including highlights from the event.
The National Immigrant Integration Conference (NIIC) is one of the largest U.S. conferences on immigration integration and is integral in furthering the rights of immigrants and refugees. This year’s conference will be held at Detroit’s TCF Center and will include presentations from Tadd Wamester, Director of the New Americans Initiative at Voxy. Join us October 20-22
The recently published book, Refugee Workforce: The Economic Case for Hiring the Displaced, examines factors that contribute to the current U.S. labor shortage including recent retirees, unfilled vacancies, and undocumented immigrants forced to leave workplaces. Continue reading to learn more.
Those incarcerated at D.C. Central Detention Facility once occupied their time with activities that didn’t have a valuable impact on their lives. Now, with the advent of educational programs for those serving a sentence at the jail, inmates have the chance to advance their English skills through programs that include Voxy’s career-aligned courses.
Members of the Voxy team attended the NYCETC 2019 Conference, an event that brings together over 500 national and local experts, employers, workforce professionals, government officials, and funders for a day filled with information, idea sharing and networking. In this edition of Voxy on the Road, we highlight important elements from this year’s NYCETC 2019 conference.
In the food and beverage industry, exquisite food and attractive prices alone drive won’t customer satisfaction. Clear communication and an understanding of customer needs is essential to repeat customer patronage. With these elements in mind, Voxy created our “English for the Food and Beverage” course.
Employers in upstate New York are using English language training as one solution to help fill open roles. In a featured op-ed for TLNT, Dr. Katie Nielson, Chief Executive Officer at Voxy, describes how local businesses are overcoming the difficulties of attracting talent in this area.