Organisations ' Valuing Migrant Professionals : Ethically And Culturally Today Todays ' Society

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Organisations’ valuing migrant professionals: Ethically and culturally in todays’ society
In todays’ society, organisations need to develop relationships and in particular assist migrants in professional positions to feel valued ethically and culturally. Moreover, migrants need to be motivated in developing relationships within an organisation to be identified and belong to a certain target (Cheney, 1983, p. 145). Sometimes migrants find identification disabling in organisations as technical trends separate culture and language (Peng & Littlejohn, 2001, p. 360) and allow them to misunderstand ethical and cultural appropriateness within a whole organisation. With this concerned, this should be resolved by organisations understanding benefits of human abilities (Thompson, 2012, p. 619) rather separating individuals from groups based on culture. This also explains why migrants find their own culture overwhelmed by adapting to new cultures, as shown by Kashima (2014, as cited in Chiu & Qui, 2014, p. 109) differences of understanding in one’s culture and another culture and differentiating common ground, is a migrants’ most difficult aspect of ‘fitting in’. There are many solutions to how a migrant can feel valued within an organisation; however, the aim of this paper is to focus on being ethically and culturally valued in a technological society along with the risks migrants face. This paper will examine; definitions, theory and aspects of ethics, culture and technology changes.…

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