We probably all understand why regulatory organisations set and enforce minimum levels of English language skills for all foreign doctors and nurses in the UK – and that English language requirements exist for all pilots and air traffic controllers worldwide. They all use English as the medium of communication for their work, their work environments are high-risk and safety-critical - and safety at work, in every aspect, is always paramount, right?

When it comes to professional communication, business English is essential in the global workplace. Whether you work in an international company, or you are preparing for a job interview, having a strong grasp of common workplace expressions in English is vital.

We live in an international world but with globalisation comes increased competition. Having a multilingual workforce can not only make you stand out amongst the competition; it can also open new business opportunities, increase productivity and contribute to employee engagement!

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