Companies these days want more from the language schools charged with training their staffs, and this is raising the stakes for professional teachers to get creative in how they meet this demand. < ?xml:namespace prefix = v ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:vml" />
Companies are also demanding higher foreign language proficiency from their workers. This spells good news for professionals who make careers out of teaching foreign languages, as their services now appear to be in demand outside of traditional classrooms.
Language agencies and schools are reaching out to the human resources departments at large companies in the Czech Republic and offering help in tracking the progress of their employees. Skřiv