Many multi-national organizations distribute Static Reports to managers across the world who speak many different languages. CultureIQ now enables managers to choose to view the report in any language that the survey was distributed in. This allows managers to interact with the data in their native language to more easily analyze the data.
*Note: To enable languages for your company, please speak with your CultureIQ program manager.
To learn more about how to select a language in the report and view what languages are available see the below sections:
Selecting Your Language
The top menu bar of the reports displays a drop-down to select the language. (Note, if you do not see the top menu bar right away, scroll down and then scroll back to the top). Below you can see the menu of available languages for this report.
Once a language is selected, you can see all text displayed in that language. Below you can see an example of the report translated into Spanish.
Languages Available for Translation
If any of the following languages were used in the survey, they will also be available as a language to view Static Reports automatically:
- Chinese (Simplified)
- Chinese (Traditional)
- Dutch (Belgian) / (Flemish)
- Dutch (Netherlands)
- English (Australia)
- English (Great Britain)
- English (US)
- French (Canada)
- French (France)
- Portuguese (Brazil)
- Portuguese (Portugal)
- Spanish (Latin America)
- Spanish (Mexico)
- Spanish (Spain)
*Note: Some companies may have purchased additional translations unique to their organization that may not be listed here.
*Note: The languages above are available for building surveys and viewing static reports, and the questions in the CultureIQ library may not be translated into all of the questions above. It is recommended to check with your program manager on what languages are available for survey bank questions.