Keywords: Work enviroment SendPDFPrint By: Siw Ellen Jakobsen The work force in Norway is met with high demands but most employees are content with their jobs. Although Swedes and Danes are very different from each other in the way they conduct business, those countries share a Møt single jenter Bergen history with Estonia that can be used when trying to get to a deal. With Norwegians, the situation is a bit trickier. Norwegians have always looked to the west (UK and USA) when exporting. Norwegians are however proud members of the NATO and know the Baltic States to be good partners in this co-operation.
Jenter Møt Bergen single?
Apart from that, the knowledge of us is limited to Tallinn being the capital of Latvia. But Norwegians and Estonians have some behaviour in common.
Bergen Møt single jenter?
Large parts of the population moved into cities and started to work in offices quite recent and many spend their week-ends and summers in the country side. All of these industries are dependent on the weather. This fact makes Norwegians more ad hoc than other Scandinavians and more like Estonians. They are keen on planning but not as uptight about is as Swedes. Just like the Danes, the Norwegians separate work and time-off to a much larger extent than an Estonian. A Norwegian would however not invite you to tag along to his after-work activity as would a Dane. On the other hand, no Estonian would ever invite a non-relative or non-former classmate to come along anywhere anyway. Norwegians see themselves as very flexible. But in reality, they seek for security and long-term relations when looking for new business partners and once again I will urge you to highlight the Nordic part of Estonian history and culture as this will also make Norwegians feel more comfortable in doing business with you. Norwegians that already have Estonian business partners say that what they really like about Estonians is that we are doers. How long time something should take, is otherwise a topic where Estonians and Norwegians need to discuss in depth as this seems to give rise to many misunderstandings. Normally nothing is rushed in Norway. And no one is really expecting things to happen (fast) either.
When something goes wrong, Estonians write long e-mails about it. Norwegians like short e-mails and want more complex things to be discussed over the phone. Estonians are sometimes afraid to call when the topic is negative and here again is something that you should learn from to be able to have smooth business relationships with Norwegians. To more describe the Norwegian business life there are two factors that stick out. Working time and lunch. In a way its connected.
Bergen Møt single jenter?
In the Nordics (Estonia included), we share large part of food culture. We eat food made from our local produce and we have many dishes in common such as pea soup, pickled herring, pork roast with potatoes and gravy, meat balls sinyle lingonberry jam and we use a lot of dairy products and it is not uncommon that adults drink milk with a meal.
Finn sider som faktisk virker?
Most of us eat breakfast before going to work, eat lunch in the middle of the working day and then head home for dinner that is cooked and served around 19:00. But, here you find an exception to the rule. That is the Norwegians. They would eat breakfast like the rest of us. But Bergsn do they do for lunch. They bring along a sandwich. How can this fact affect your business. Let me explain: If your co-operation signle is a Norwegian company you should be aware of their eating habits.
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