PAB Languages Event – New Workplace Dynamics

PAB Languages Event – New Workplace Dynamics

PAB Languages Chamber of Commerce Member offers other members a chance to attend a seminar “New Workplace Dynamics. New Rules” in Peterborough 7th September 2018 on the Impact of cultural differences on businesses that employ a diverse workforce.


The aim of the seminar is to help you develop coherent and professional strategies to improve your success in the UK and overseas. There will also be the opportunity to network with other businesses from across the East of Anglia that face similar challenges.


This seminar is ideal for companies that value their employees and want to challenge stereotypes and find effective and sustainable ways to communicate better and ensure higher engagement levels.


The seminar will start will light refreshments and an opportunity to network.  After a series of short presentations, there will be a Q&A session so that delegates can gain more insights into how they can take forward the learning into their own businesses.


When: Friday, 7th September 2018, 8:45am – 12:00pm


Where: Allia Future Business Centre, Peterborough United Football Club, London Rd, Peterborough PE2 8AN


To book your place visit  or contact us on 07484 504 600


Please follow us on social media @sema4pab and @pabtranslation for more updates.


 About the Organizer


PAB Languages Center is an Award-winning company, with offices in Essex and Lincolnshire we work with over 200 languages incuding translation into over 200 languages, localisation and cultural awareness training.


PAB helps business to communicate globally by providing these businesses with high-quality translation, localisation, and cultural awareness.

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