Browse tag

Etiquette

Home / Posts Tagged "Etiquette"

Latest Posts

Living and Working in the United Kingdom

When living or working in the UK, it is important to understand that tradition plays a role in social and corporate worlds. When interacting with the British, keep in mind that the United Kingdom consists of four countries: England, Wales,

Read More
Moving to the U.S. – What You Need to Know

The vast country can be affordable for expats, but it is important to do your research on everything from a region’s cost of living and housing options to health care and transportation, so you don’t get caught by surprise. By

Read More
Live like a Local in South Korea

South Korea is a place where people work hard. This is a nation that has grown from a state of absolute poverty at the end of the Korean War to a First World country with one of Asia’s highest per

Read More
Hong Kong Announces New Visa Program

The Hong Kong government recently announced a new employment visa program aimed at eligible foreign and Mainland Chinese nationals engaged in research and development. The Technology Talent Admission Scheme (TechTAS) is a three-year pilot program set to begin in June.

Read More
How to Live Like a Kenyan

The Basics Kenya is the most developed country in East Africa, with a large middle class. The country was occupied by Portugal, then England, and gained independence in 1963. It is diverse with a mix of indigenous Kenyans, Europeans, Asians

Read More
The Best Countries in the World for Women

According to the new 2018 ranking from US News & World Report, Denmark is the best country in the world to live for women. More than 9,000 women were surveyed as part of the news organization’s annual Best Countries ranking

Read More
Tips for Traveling Through Indonesia

A Brief Overview Indonesia is the world’s largest island country, made up of 13,000 islands and located on the equator between the Indian and Pacific Oceans. It is the world’s second-most forested region, after the Amazon. With a population of

Read More
CV Writing Tips for Saudi Arabia

CV Writing Tips for Saudi Arabia A Curriculum Vitae (CV) and cover letter are typically a job applicant’s first introduction to an employer and, as a result, of great importance. Saudi business culture can be divided into positions for expatriates

Read More
Tips to Make Sure You Enjoy Your Study Abroad

The chance to study abroad often comes once in a lifetime. The chance to immerse yourself in a new culture, and truly understand what it’s like to live somewhere new and different is often a life-altering experience. Here are a

Read More
Employment Outlook: Brazil

Employment Outlook Brazil – Still recovering from a deep recession, Brazil makes some strides in job creation, pay increases and general economic stability. By Mary Anne Thompson, founder and president, Goinglobal, Inc. After years of exceptional growth, the Brazilian economy entered

Read More