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Leading Diversity in Leadership at LanguageLoop

Leading Diversity in Leadership at LanguageLoop

Elizabeth Compton - Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Corporate Australia has paid lip service to diversity in leadership, says the latest report card 'Leading for Change' by the Human Rights Commission, but not at LanguageLoop.

The national report highlights that Australia's cultural diversity targets in leadership are at a 'disproportionately low level for a society that prides itself on multiculturalism.'

However, this is not the case at LanguageLoop. Our Board,...

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LanguageLoop ranked 73 globally in Nimdzi 100

LanguageLoop ranked 73 globally in Nimdzi 100

Jerun Terlaak - Monday, March 26, 2018

Analyst and consulting firm Nimdzi has published its 2018 report ranking the top 100 Language Service Providers (LSPs) in the industry worldwide.

We're proud to be listed at 73 globally and to be named the leading Australian Language Service Provider for interpreting and translating services.

You can read the full Nimdzi 100 report here.    

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LanguageLoop launches a world first mental health study with Monash University

LanguageLoop launches a world first mental health study with Monash University

Jerun Terlaak - Monday, December 04, 2017

 

In an Australian-first, research into the mental health needs of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) patients, including newly arrived immigrants and refugees settling in Australia, has found that the use of specialist interpreters can improve mental health outcomes for the most vulnerable.

LanguageLoop – a Government Business Enterprise specialising in providing language services – has commissioned researchers from Monash University to undertake...

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