Translating Governance & Human Resources Content
Now, translating environmental, social and governance (ESG) documents is more important than ever. Achieving Net Zero targets requires every human in your business to understand. Thus, running a tight ship when it comes to translation cannot be overstated. The world is changing, great swathes of the employed population are working outside the office, and good governance is key to ensuring your business stays ahead of any changes – good or bad.
Businesses are restructuring ways of working to ensure the wellbeing of your financial and human resources. The associated HR and governance paperwork is key to managing the change. So too is ensuring new policies are communicated clearly, consistently and swiftly to your teams, wherever in the world they may be.
All of which means that, right now, you’ve got a lot of highly visible work on your plate. This has immediate consequences for real-life people and Net Zero results.
We’re here to help. We know better than most what it’s like to work with a team based across multiple countries, systems and cultures; how quickly you need to move to stay ahead of the curve internationally; and how easy it would be to lose track of how far you’ve come.
To support their strategy for international growth into new rail industry markets, Greenbrier required a suite of key internal documents and policies, such as their code of conduct, and FCPA anti-corruption policy, translated into various languages. “Accuracy” and “security” were the two key words in the brief that we received from Greenbrier.
Over the last 20+ years, we’ve worked with the likes of The Greenbrier Companies, Britvic and The Body Shop on everything from translation of employee handbooks and corporate policies, to localisation of internal communications and typesetting of company magazines.
Our fraud and due diligence services have also helped multinational companies conduct internal investigations through multilingual eDiscovery and data analysis.
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“Guildhawk has provided us with localisation and typesetting into French and Portuguese across a variety of content. The quality of the translations has always been very high, and a great help in engaging our global teams.”