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By Sebastien Cervantes/BiCortex Languages
Please find attached a blog that was written by one of our colleagues, Sebastien Cervantes, from our partner's company BiCortex Languages
By Doron Neev
Just a few months ago, the global human resources world dealt in depth with the topic of "talent management" to find skilled and talented employees for such and such positions all over the world. But after a few months of living with Covid-19, some of us have managed to forget the issue and some of us continue with it but not necessarily with effective solutions to the issue.
By Doron Neev
serves as an NPO media organization and bridge to strengthen China-Israel relationship
By Benjamin Peng / Shanghai
My worry and regards from Shanghai I had a call with an Israeli friend last night, he told me he just got a bad fever, not Corona virus, and I told him that everyone should be very careful because the virulent disease is spreading all the countries including Israel. I became more worried when he told me the daily life there is still the same, people go to cinema and parties like before. The confirmed infected number is increasing day by day in Israel, and the infected number of the world is increasing precipitously. Israel is not ready for the deteriorate plague.
By Dean Foster
In a region as complex and fluid as the Middle East, understanding the culture is essential to business success.
By Doron Neev
SHRM, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest HR professional society, representing 285,000 members in more than 165 countries. For nearly seven decades, the Society has been the leading provider of resources serving the needs of HR professionals and advancing the practice of human resource management. SHRM has more than 575 affiliated chapters within the United States and subsidiary offices in China, India and United Arab Emirates.
By Arona Maskil
Coordinating and managing people from different cultures within an organizational context represents one of the greatest challenges for the corporate world in the new millennium. One cannot function effectively without an understanding of the subtleties and complexities of managing others in a multicultural and multinational business environment. Businesses and organizations from virtually every culture have entered into the global marketplace.
By Arona Maskil
How do we define culture? “People are different around the world. Their needs, however, are the same. How they satisfy their needs is different, and this is what we mean by culture.”(John Condon)
Preparing for Culture Shock - Cultural Adjustment to life abroad
By Arona Maskil
How do we define culture? “People are different around the world. Their needs, however, are the same. How they satisfy their needs is different, and this is what we mean by culture.”(John Condon)
By Arona Maskil
Below is a list of a few notable differences between Americans and people from other countries. Understanding these basic differences will enable you to better adapt to your new culture in the US.
By The Financial Express, 2/13/2014
Career advancement is the motivator in India, says global workforce solutions company Kelly Services in a recent report, “Workers Preference and Workplace Agility.”
By Dean Foster
Summertime is the season for crossing cultures, whether relocating while school is out or simply for a summer holiday abroad.
By Dean Foster, President and Founder of DFA Intercultural Global Solutions, LLC
Knowing how best to take advantage of interculturalists’ services can increase your chances of successful international assignments
By CRG'S Doron Neev (General Manager) and Idan Neev, GMS (Relocation Coordinator)
If you have never been to Israel before and have been offered to go on assignment to Israel, chances are you wouldn't really want to go there. But in reality, it turns out that Israel is a little piece of heaven in the Middle East and most expats find it really hard to leave Israel when their assignment in this country is over.
By Dean Foster
Apparently, innovation, an issue that is taking very central part in countries‘economy, is coming out of the cultural roots of this or that country. Many times we have heard in Israel the sentence “When we will have our Israeli Nokia”?
By Dean Foster, President DFA Intercultural Global Solutions
The current economic emergency has suddenly forced a spotlight on the previously often unacknowledged, yet formidable, challenge of managing the repatriation process for international assignees.
REPATRIATION: Managing the Critical Factor for ROI for International Assignments
By Dean Foster
OK, here’s one for all you global gurus out there: see if you can answer the following cross-cultural quiz (hint: it’s easy, if you follow the clues):
Understanding Culture’s Role in Waking the Dragon and the Tiger