ESL Works: Language Tech for Restaurants
ESL Works: a startup dedicated to closing the workplace language gap. They deliver quick conversational lessons to workers based around the actual tasks they do in the workplace. They do that with work-specific language training that is accessible to everyone and gets employees communicating quickly. ESL Works is currently used by hundreds of restaurants nationwide including Google's dining services, Sugarfish, and Union Square Hospitality Group. On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi (@mmesnack) talks with ESL Works co-founder and CEO Rachael Nemeth about how she combined her passion for teaching and her career in hospitality in ESL Works. This episode of Tech Bites is made possible by the generosity of Wisconsin Cheese (@wisconsincheese) - the state of cheese.
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