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--- Toni Williams <tonicw -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote:
> We have a great many engineers, analysts, and qa
> testers for whom English is not their native
> While they are very good at what they do, written
> communication has become a significant problem.
If it's a significant business problem, then your
management shouldn't mind putting some professionals
on the case. Work with your HR department to find a
training firm that specializes in helping
professionals to develop ESL skills for their work.
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