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Revision as of 11:20, 24 September 2019

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Language of work tools

In this section, you will find tools to help you fulfill your responsibilities under Part V of the Official Languages Act.


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Determining the linguistic profile of bilingual positions

If you’re a manager or supervisor with a bilingual position to staff, this resource will tell you how to determine what language level may be required.

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Qualification Standards in Relation to Official Languages

This resource describes the proficiency levels that are used to indicate abilities in a second official language.

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Official languages rights in bilingual regions

Here’s a great quick reference guide to help employees and supervisors in bilingual regions respect their rights and obligations in the workplace.

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English and French in the workplace

This resource will inform you of your language rights and responsibilities to help promote a truly bilingual workplace.

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Bilingual meetings

Need some help on how to organize and conduct a bilingual meeting? This resource has you covered!

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Leaders make it happen in both official languages

Are you a manager working in a bilingual region? Here is a checklist to help you encourage a bilingual workplace.