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In our last post, we recommended explaining why offering a good benefits package is in an employer’s best interest.  But when it comes to addressing the fact that benefits improve retention, you will need to take a step back.

Spanish speakers very often think that an employer would prefer to replace a higher-paid senior employee with a new-hire who will work for less per hour.   The perception is that, if they were to walk out tomorrow, there would be dozens of candidates lining up to do their job for less.  So telling them that their employer offers good benefits because this will improve retention may make no sense to them.

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