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6/25/2007



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KCS introduces program to teach English-speaking employees a 'proficient level' of Spanish


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When you own one railroad in Mexico and another in the United States, it can be difficult for English-speaking employees to communicate with fellow Spanish-speaking workers.

Kansas City Southern is trying to remove that language barrier for Kansas City Southern de México S.A. de C.V. and Kansas City Southern Railway Co. workers by offering a Web-based learning program.

Earlier this month, KCS introduced an online language learning center for English-speaking employees. Accessible 24-7, the program is designed to teach workers a proficient level of Spanish over the course of six months.

KCS also is offering one-hour classes twice weekly at its corporate headquarters so employees can supplement their training. Employees must register for the program, which next will be offered in January 2008.


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