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The Chinese New Year (also known as the Spring Festival) is one of the most important of the traditional Chinese holidays It is a time when families gather together to honor deities and ancestors. Whether or not you superstitious, why take a chance? You can join in the festivities as the Chinese are known to have a lot of traditions to call in luck as well as lots of good food!
As a global organization that services clients in many different languages, TeleTech employees are servicing the customers of our client companies 24/7. An associate may speak the name of the client company hundreds of times every day. So I recently had a conversation with Kelly Culler, Senior Vice President of Global Human Capital, and Tim Hinds, Vice President of Human Capital. I asked them one of the tough questions that I know they face every day, "How do we stay connected with TeleTech employees as TeleTech and how do we support those personal connections with the client?"
Being bilingual or even multilingual is a unique skill and has been shown to help individual grow professionally, whether or not they use that skill specifically in the job. There are also a myriad of positions that do require this transferrable skill.
TeleTech is a global organization with employees providing both internal and external customer experiences to a fully global audience. Being bilingual (or even multilingual) is highly valued skill in many parts of the globe and especially as an employee at TeleTech.