Benefits-speak in Spanish boosts morale, cuts costs

Moon, Susanna
August 2005
Employee Benefit News;8/1/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p1
Reports on the use of Spanish language in marketing of benefit plans to Hispanic employees. Advantages of offering benefit plans in Spanish language; Percentage of Hispanic employees who participated in employer-sponsored retirement plans; Importance of translation service to employees.


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