Working with people from different nationalities is usually seen as a great opportunity to brainstorm ideas in a team through one common language. Using more than one language at work also means a diversity of culture and therefore a chance of seeing projects from very different perspectives and opinions.
Is it always a benefit?
Are there limits to the use of multiple languages in the workplace?

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Nowadays, more than ever, companies need bilingual or trilingual people. Usually, the languages spoken in international companies are English and the language of the country where it is based.
Having people who speak different languages in a team is a strong asset in terms of variety of culture. A culturally rich environment brings different talents and different experiences, which when blended together find creative solutions, whereas a group made of people with the same or similar cultural backgrounds might end up solving a problem the same way they always have. …


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