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Cultural differences and legal issues can significantly impact successful overseas work experience, according to global commerce experts. This article explains the types of American workers overseas and the legal issues to be aware of including local employment, payroll, and mandatory benefit laws.

Craig McCollum, vice president of MEDITECH International Services at CereCore International, talks about his experience working in the United Kingdom. He shares his thoughts on work/life balance and communication differences.

Others interviewed explain their work experience in other cultures from Asia to the Netherlands. The differences in how various cultures interpret business interactions can affect the ability to build trust and forge work relationships. Several provide examples of American social practices that can be off-putting and are common complaints that workers abroad should avoid.

Read the complete article in SHRM.

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