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1 Motivation Plan In most work related environments employers are bound to come across issues within the workplace, the biggest issues being issues between interpersonal relationships between coworkers. This in most cases is a common phenomenon, however the stakes are different in this case, being that some workers are American and the other half are Japanese. The root cause of the issue could be the obvious cultural divide between America and Japan. Being raised with slightly different concepts and values and having them clash is to be expected but not impossible to fix. One of the major focuses of Japanese employees are job resources, physical, social, or organizational aspects of the job that help individuals achieve their working goals, stimulate personal growth, learning, and development, or reduce job demands or associated physical or psychological costs. In other words, they like to work cohesively and smarter not harder. This cohesiveness is interrupted due to the barriers between them. For Americans, communities affect participation in learning and outcomes in complex ways. Communities may provide support through peers and friends, or may discourage learning. Research shows how community cultural values shape aspirations, career choices and attitudes towards education and training. American research has found that perspectives on literacy are connected to culture. Many adults with literacy difficulties lived in “local” social locations,
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