Diversity 101™ What Did She Say?
Speaking a Second Language At Work
One of the things bilingual employees often wrestle with is when is it okay to speak another language with people who share it when we’re around people who don’t. The key is to be as inclusive as possible.
Learning Path & Details
- Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
- Type: Video Vignettes
- Audience: General
- Available As: Download, USB, USB-2YR, USB-3YR
Suggested Industry Usage
- Creating a Collaborative Environment
- Understanding Diversity
- Fostering Inclusion, Equity & Belonging
Training Files (18)
|Video Vignette||04:34 min||English||Demo|
|Video Vignette||01:14 min||English||Demo|
|Workshop Material||8 pages||English||Demo|
|Workshop Material||3 pages||English||Demo|
Typically, there are no organization requirements that only English can be spoken at work. In fact, there are EEO rulings and court decisions that state that employers can’t keep employees from speaking other languages at work, except when there are clear job-related reasons.