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Multicultural team management

Multicultural team management

Posted by: Captio | | Categories: Transculturality

Working with a multicultural team, in which employees of different nationalities and cultures work side by side, can be an exciting experience and achieve excellent results. However, to achieve success, first it is necessary to overcome the barriers inherent to diversity such as differences in criteria, values, priorities or organizational form using a cross cultural approach.

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Culture, pluriculturalism and interculturality: crossing cultures

Culture, pluriculturalism and interculturality: crossing cultures

Posted by: Captio | | Categories: Transculturality

Business ventures in foreign countries provide important benefits both for the companies as for their transferred employees, who are known as expatriates. For companies, the entire process of internationalisation means a great opportunity to expand their market quota, to grow and to increase their profitability. For their part, employees gain in experience and knowledge, as well as improving financially.

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Processes involved in expatriation: hard & soft aspects

Processes involved in expatriation: hard & soft aspects

Posted by: Captio | | Categories: Transculturality

Any expatriation process (the transfer of one or more employees to another country due because of company projects) is complex and difficult for the company, but particularly so for the expatriate worker if cross-cultural issues are not given due attention. Employees sent abroad are normally rewarded in some way as a kind of compensation or motivation, and this is normally related to Maslow's hierarchy of needs.

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