There is no evidence to prove that English speakers were less worse off in the past when it comes to call centre service. Photo: Shutterstock There is no evidence to prove that English speakers were less worse off in the past when it comes to call centre service. Photo: Shutterstock
There is no evidence to prove that English speakers were less worse off in the past when it comes to call centre service. Photo: Shutterstock
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Falling standards of English should concern us all

  • Failing to communicate in a language that is so widely used is not just harmful to one’s own business, but also the city’s overall competitiveness

There is no evidence to prove that English speakers were less worse off in the past when it comes to call centre service. Photo: Shutterstock There is no evidence to prove that English speakers were less worse off in the past when it comes to call centre service. Photo: Shutterstock
There is no evidence to prove that English speakers were less worse off in the past when it comes to call centre service. Photo: Shutterstock
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