Haitian Creole in the workplace - Employees from other countries tend to talk in their native language

Patsey Abner - December 18 2013, 10:54 AM

First of all this is absolutely ridiculous.

Secondly, about ten years ago the government in Haiti declared that both French and Creole are the official languages of Haiti.

Quite often, when a group of Haitians are together, talking they will either speak in Creole or French or a combination of the both.

If you hire employees that originate from other countries, you must expect they are going to talk their language.

Ridiculous.

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