Sometimes small actions have disproportionately large effects. I put my hopes in that. This article is 100% written by a human… Header image source: Koshiro K / Shutterstock Keeping up with AI developmentsThe Anglicisation of the Dutch language in the workplace [infographic] Do you want a 15% discount on all our events? Join the Frankwatching community and sign up for the exclusive them newsletter! 2.3k 1 reactions like bookmark Bianca of the Heresy from Studio Bianca 2.3k August 12, 2023 at 09:00 Read for 2 minutes New on Frankwatching.
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Of social mia 9:00 am Navigating to Success with Porter’s Five Forces Model fri Warm up your audience with the right preparation of your content fri 4 tips for engaging with citizens on social mia do Starting with employer branding: why, when, who, what and how? do Deadline, pitch, team Argentina Phone Number List building, feback… At first glance, there seems nothing strange about this list of words. But if you look closely, they are English words. We also call this anglicisms. These are terms that are so well establish in our Dutch language that we use them every day.
Nothing wrong with that in itself.
Or is it It is no surprise when it turns out that you hear the English language a lot in large multinationals and that anglicisms are not something new. But with the advent of the internet, social mia and other digital tools, usage has increas even more. Maybe without us consciously doing it or noticing it. To find out how many times a day, in which sectors and which generations they are us a lot, among 1,003 employ Dutch people in various sectors. With interesting results. Who uses English terms? Research suggests that everyone uses about 13 angilisms per person per working day. Which age groups use these words the B2C Lead most? 45 to 54 year olds (14 times), follow by the over-55s (13 times), and 16 to 24 year olds (13 times). It is often men (14 times) who use them more in their communication than women.