The likelihood of working in a multinational environment continues to increase as globalization extends its reach across numerous industries. Whether working for a small business or large corporation, it’s not uncommon these days in America to be exposed to more than one culture. Diverse international backgrounds and experiences can create a unique, even effective and flourishing workplace if certain steps are taken to ensure cultural differences are understood and respected.
Combining a group of individuals of differing cultures and expecting them to immediately perform as a cohesive team does not always work. This is clearly an issue for multinational