The Importance Of Illegal Immigration As Related To Human Resources

Illegal Immigration as Related to Human Resources
Leviticus 19:33-34 (NIV) 33. When a foreigner resides among you in your land, do not mistreat them. 34. The foreigner residing among you must be treated, as you are native-born. Love them as yourself, for you were foreigners in Egypt. I am the Lord your God.
Illegal immigration is as old as immigration itself, in 1890, a Los Angeles Times headline read: More Illegal Immigration. How it is possible that 126 years later there is minimal progress. We have to go back to the year of revolutionary days of 1846 when the United States of America declared war on Mexico, under the leadership of President James K. Polk.
It appeared as though Mexico wanted to take the state of Texas from President Pulp.
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One might wonder how it is possible doing this in America. Most hard working Americans work twelve hour shifts regardless of the sacrifices they make with their family and personal life. An immigrant can teach their American coworker how they enjoy life through their experiences, which has the potential to enrich many American lives. Culture can serve as a bonding agent to bring people together. A great example of culture is food. If an illegal, immigrant worked at a restaurant and got to know a regular customer eventually the immigrant may share some of their favorite foods from their native country. The worker and customer then have the opportunity to bond over the food and its flavors. “American society is more nonconformist and Indian society as more collectivist, we find that engineers at the American site give assistance, just to those from whom they hope to need assistance later on, though builds on the Indian site are all the more eager to offer whoever some assistance with needing assistance.” (Perlow & Weeks, 2002 pg345-361). .Despite the benefits of having people from different cultures working together, it comes with its own set of challenges. There may be misunderstanding, which can make it difficult to work well with others. It is vital for employees to put aside their differences in order to accomplish a larger goal or for the benefit of the

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