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Mango Languages Named Top Workplace Achiever by Detroit Free Press, As Voted By Employees

Mango Languages has been selected as one of the Detroit Free Press’s Top Workplaces as a Workplace Achiever. This award recognizes Mango’s commitment to providing an outstanding workplace for all of its employees.

Mango Languages is guided by its core purpose, to enrich lives with language and culture, and the company’s six core values -- integrity, positive attitude, entrepreneurial spirit, innovation, quality and fundipline -- are central to its culture and innovation. Mango’s dedicated team of more than 50 employees has helped the company become the leading language-learning resource in public libraries and is quickly gaining traction in the academic, corporate and home school markets.

“We are committed to creating an environment where our team finds meaning in the work we do to spread our love of people, languages and culture,” said Jason Teshuba, CEO of Mango Languages. “It’s our employees who are central to our innovation and our success, and it’s an honor they have nominated Mango Languages for this award.”

The Top Workplaces are determined based solely on employee feedback. Here's what some Mangos said about working at Mango Languages:

"Everyone is so friendly and has a positive attitude. I also love what I do.”
"I am supported, encouraged, not afraid to fail, have opportunities for growth and have lots of flexibility. ”
“It seems that everything is going well and that Mango has a bright future.”
“We have a purpose of enriching lives with languages and cultures, and we truly do that every day.”

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