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International managers should be proactive in addressing these concerns by creating clear policies on communication and collaboration among employees, as well as encouraging a dialogue that allows individuals to express themselves freely without being judged. The managers should create an inclusive workplace that welcomes all employees, regardless of nationality or background. They must also provide employees with training that focuses on cultural awareness as well as conflict resolution so they can recognize conflicts before they escalate.
In order to be compliant with applicable laws, managers must also know the local laws in foreign countries. Managers can reduce tension within organizations by addressing the root cause (cultural differences), through communication and creating a positive workplace culture.