One of the basic problems of working effectively with people of another culture or country is to understand the basic differences in “world view”.
Without this understanding, it is difficult for the organisation to grow. Thus it is important to understand the differences between employees who come from different cultural backgrounds, and to understand the similarities between all.
Value orientations consider personality differences across individuals which lead to a range of preferences for one’s own well-being and the well-being of others (Offerman,Sonnemans, and Schram, 1996).
Conducting value orientation is highly essential, for organisations that have a diverse workforce or essentially have foreign employees visiting or temporarily working at the organisation. Its a necessity that creates value and growth for the organisation.