Human Resources Translation Services

There’s a growing possibility that your next key employee could come from Aachen, Germany, or Zhengzhou, China—and all points in between.

Human resources translation services help companies identify, communicate, engage, develop and retain non-English speaking personnel.

Global operations and technological transformations add yet another dimension to the challenging quest for the right candidate.

Translation Source enables you to implement an HR translation strategy that eliminates linguistic and cultural barriers.

We provide a wide range of human resources translation services including translation of HSE manuals, compliance manuals and ethics content. Translation Source also provides language solutions for human resource departments including international staffing, domestic bilingual staffing, ESL and foreign-language instruction.

Translation Source works in all languages including Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, German and French. Moreover, we can create and support a comprehensive linguistic and cultural strategy that maintains consistency.

Whether you need an HSE translation developed in-country, a compliance translation into 52 languages, a confidential ethics translation for key employees, a turnkey temporary staffing solution in Eastern Europe, or a staff development program for a facility in Brazil, we can do it for you.

Our clients in the human resources translation arena include both human capital firms and human resource departments of multinational companies.

No matter what business you are in, Translation Source is committed to helping you meet your international HR translation goals while maximizing your ROI and giving you access to a diversified talent pool.

Related Solutions

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Related Services

Document Translation | International Staffing | Voice-Over and Subtitles Translation | Language Courses

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