Clear and professional communication is key for businesses. And when you need to communicate with Spanish-speaking clients or other company stakeholders, Spanish Docs Translations is here to help you.
Our business document translation services focus on ensuring that your message is communicated consistently to your investors, employees, and government entities.
Our expertise covers Spanish translations of business plans, employee handbooks, OSHA guides, misconduct policies, newsletters, and contracts.
High-quality English-Spanish translation is not just about being accurate — it’s also about considering the nuances, industry jargon, and idiomatic expressions, so your target audience can relate to the message.
For a complete list of the types of documents we translate, click here.
Business Plan: your business plan is an essential document in your company. It details your well-thought-out plans. It explains your core values, objectives, and past achievements. It communicates your particular expertise, products, and services within your field. Through our expertise, we will ensure your message is conveyed precisely to your future investors and partners.
Employee handbooks: the Hispanic community represented 18% of the U.S. workforce in 2020. This is why a growing number of companies translate their employee handbooks into Spanish. This makes sure your employees receive a unified message regarding benefits, sick leave, OSHA, and sexual misconduct. We will help you convey that message consistently in both languages.
Employee onboarding kits: this type of documentation explains all the rules and responsibilities inherent to their new post. It allows new employees to gain all the necessary skills to support the organization and its goals.
Newsletters: a publication that contains a variety of articles, news, and information written by an organization to keep its readers up to date. They are a great way to communicate with stakeholders and support your marketing efforts.
Contracts: are agreements between parties that creates mutual obligations between them. It creates, defines, and governs the relationship between such parties. It is enforceable by law.
NDAs: also called a non-disclosure agreement – a legally enforceable agreement between parties that prevents sensitive information from being shared with others. It creates a legal framework that protects your ideas and information.
Financial Documents: these include your organization’s balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, tax returns, and bank statements.your when the lmissiworks