Translating an Employee Handbook
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I'm new to the BLR and I was browsing through the threads for an answer, but I didn't find it. I would really appreciate if any of you could provide me with some feedback.
In the state of California certain mandatory employment law posters must be translated into other languages if more than 10% of the workforce speaks a language other than English. Does anyone of a law or standard tha exist regarding employee handbooks in otehr languages?
Translate for all is the safest course.
In research methods, where you might want to design a survey for use in multiple language populations, the accepted practice is to have one person translate to the other language and have a second person translate it back, and then compare the original document to the back-translated document for content equality.