Money india people do not use loans or credit cards

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Money, India people do not use loans or credit cards, “You should only stretch your legs as far as your blanket covers.” Even people who have money don’t loan out money. Misc items , In India you eat with your right hand and wash with your left because your left hand is dirty, right hand is good and clean, and you can’t pray or except offerings with the left hand only use the right hand. India most eat with their hands up until the British invaded India they left most current manors that India has now. Women don’t drink alcohol in India “Traditionally”. Eating goat is more common to eat in India than cow. I guess it tastes like Lamb but Lamb is better. Most dietary differences are based on the Religion of the person. India people do a form of Lint also, she can’t eat bread, only eats fruit and vegetables, Duslucktion. India people have to be married to live with you, so friends can’t live with each other. Cousins can’t live in the same house, or friends etc.. Conclusion , having all of this knowledge about what I learned from these two women from India I could now utilize this information in my work place and make working conditions for women and men from India better. For instance Jesse’s friend didn’t eat meat but Jesse did, finding out specific things like that would improve the work place during holiday parties and
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DIMENSIONS OF CULTURE 6 events to tailor the event so everyone had a good time with out feeling uncomfortable. Also knowing that they don’t borrow money or loan out money to people would also be important. They probably wouldn’t enjoy a job as a bank employee knowing they don’t believe in credit cards or borrowing money. Also showing up with foods they do like, like goat would be a pleasant surprise for them and they would appreciate their employer for their attention to detail. All the items I covered in this paper could improve and reflect a better work environment for this culture by making a few small changes and gestors. ME, Jesses Friend, Jesse
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DIMENSIONS OF CULTURE 7 The restaurant had a mini store for people to get actual food items found in India.
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DIMENSIONS OF CULTURE 8 References Ang, S., & Van Dyne, L. (Eds.) (2008). Handbook on cultural intelligence: Theory, measurement and applications. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe. Hammer, M. R., Bennett, M. J., & Wiseman, R. (2003). Measuring intercultural sensitivity: The intercultural development inventory. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 27(4), 421- 443. doi:10.1016/s0147-1767(03)00032-4 Livermore, D. (2009). Leading with Cultural Intelligence. YouTube. Retrieved from
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