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  Corporate Culture Shock in America
by Susan Davidson - Nov, 2006
Expatriates and foreign nationals who relocate to the United States to live and work often have mixed perceptions about this young nation. Those feelings are probably best described by the late Irish poet and playwright, Oscar Wilde, who referred to America as “a land of unmatched vitality and vulgarity.” While most Americans rarely think of their country as “foreign,” the fact is that non-Americans who relocate to the Unit...
  The Irresolute American
by Susan Davidson - Nov, 2006
American executives are aggressive, competitive, straighttalking, and don’t mince words when they say, “You’re fired!” At least that’s how they come across in the global marketplace. So it’s no wonder that foreign professionals who relocate to work in the United States expect to speak their mind with the likes of The Donald (Real Estate tycoon Donald Trump). Instead, they are stunned to walk into the office and find a covey of...
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