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April 19, 2013

Do’s and Don’ts in an American Office

The video in this post will showcase a few important aspects of American professional life, including:
Questions to ponder while watching the video:
  1. What do you notice about American workplace values and work culture by watching this video?
  2. Is there anything new or different that you did not expect in the video?
  3. What are the similarities and differences between the US expectations and your culture’s expectation at work?

Feel free to leave your thoughts and feedback in the comments section of this blog, below.

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