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Published Tuesday, January 28, 20 | By PaulvHill

contributed by Ronna Fleischman

The American workplace is both casual and professional. It tends to be less formal than in many other countries, though each company will differ. People prefer to dress casually, keep flexible work schedules, and an informal atmosphere. Overall, Americans seek to do meaningful work and grow and develop as a person, to form social and supportive relationships with other people in the office (since the majority of their time is spent together there) and to receive a good salary. Employees are generally polite and helpful to those around them. Sometimes “who’s in charge” will not be obvious. Employees may call their boss by his or her first name. In many regions of the country, business dress is casual, even for management. However, the business relationship with one’s superiors is always respected. Read More 

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