Do Spanish companies invest their resources in Intercultural Training? And if they do, do they measure the return on this investment (ROI)? These are the issues of a study carried out by the ROI committee of SIETAR Spain and whose first results were presented at the Congress held in Malaga this year.
Like most other advanced countries in the postwar era, Germany recorded fewer marriages, more divorces, and smaller families.
Call for proposals for the 1st SIETAR Spain Congress:
Intercultural Competence: a key for inclusive organizations.
First time in Germany and feeling like a fish out of water? Fit right in by dodging these common mistakes. Verity Middleton explains the rules.
Making the choice to move abroad is a big decision for anyone, but if you have children who will be making the move with you, the emigration process can become even more daunting.
Yanko Tsvetkov, An Atlas About Prejudice: “A (very) brief history of an unlikely international bestseller and its toll on my sweat glands. In January 2009 I drew a map and posted it on my Flickr profile. It was a satirical pun at contemporary European politics”
After years on the road, the latest generation of digital nomads — people who work as they travel thanks to an increasing amount of remote opportunities — have come back home with a message: It’s not always a dream to work while travelling and re-integrating into a single community is difficult.
The more you understand a country, the better you can do business there. The German News Service from DW and dpa gives you the big picture of Germany, from politics, and culture to business and economics.