WORKING CULTURE OF MYANMAR AND THAI PEOPLE IN THE THAI COMPANIES IN MYANMAR

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Renu Muenjanchoey

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This article is an analytical study of Cultural of Burmese Labourers Working in the Thai Companies in Myanmar. From the research "Managing Cultural Diversity in the Multinational Cooperations: Case Studies of Burmese Labors’ Working Culture in the Thai Companies in Myanmar” based on the learning process and other concepts used as a study tool for analysis, it was found that other working culture Myanmar and Thai, lack learning each other's cultures that will lead to knowing ‘Getting to know themselves and yourself’ comprehension, and reach the goal of working together. As a result, most companies' performance was unsuccessful. This is important because those companies neglect to create and apply cultural knowledge to promote learning and develop a working culture in the companies. This caused the personnel to lack knowledge to develop quality work, and friendship opportunities, and finally achieve undesirable work results. There are some companies that have researched the Burmese culture and use their knowledge to promote learning and develop a working culture in the company, enabling all personnel to work efficiently and coexist peacefully. Solutions to solve problem and to develop working culture is to apply knowledge and culture of Myanmar people and Thai people to solve problems and promote learning and working culture development in that company. So that all personnel work together to ‘Getting to know themselves and yourself’, understand and achieve the goal of working together.


 

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