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5 ways American and British workers differ

5 ways American and British workers differ

It can sometimes feel like the workplace is Americanising at a fantastic pace. With the near-unstoppable rise of buzzwords – blames 1980s American fat cat culture – increased working hours and the blurring of personal and private lives, European offices can feel a bit more like those across the pond.

However, not everything is different. Despite some trends, such as the sad desk lunch, being similar in both the UK and the US, other trends die hard.

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