Experts Weigh In on Bilingual Best Practices for Jobsites

February 22, 2018
Jim Parsons – ENR

It’s the rare construction firm that doesn’t cite people as its most important resource. And over the past two decades, that asset has become increasingly bilingual. Indeed, more than 27% of workers in construction are Hispanic or of Latino ethnicity, according to the most recent available data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).



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