Cross Cultural Management
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Cross Cultural Management

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Establishing a retail outlet in Singapore implies that the expatriates need to be aware of the external and cultural forces that influence business management and the labor market of Singapore. The following paper will highlight all such forces, which may guide expatriates towards an effective cross-cultural management away from Australia. The shortage of skilled labor in the country due to an ever-increasing demand for industry and service has lead to the labor in Singapore to demand higher wages as well as better working conditions including those that allow labor to grow and develop their work related skills (Kusluvan, 2011). The expatriates will need to adjust to this need of the host country workers and provide them with an appropriate work related environment to help them grow.

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