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Americans have garnered plenty of negative stereotypes around the world.

I’ve been to 25 countries, and these are the 7 worst stereotypes I’ve heard about Americans

Americans have garnered several negative stereotypes around the world. They include beliefs that Americans are entitled and arrogant and that Americans are obsessed with their jobs.
The rest of the world isn't impressed.

11 American work habits other countries avoid at all costs

Americans work long hours, eat lunch at their desks, and do plenty of other things employees in other countries can't stand.
Tea breaks are as ubiquitous in Britain as ... well ... tea. In America, not so much.

6 major differences between how Americans and Brits work

The difference between American and British work styles is not as stark as you might expect — but some traditions die hard.
Miwa Sado died of overwork in 2013.

Japan’s toxic culture of overwork drove this 31-year-old woman to death — and it looks like there’s no end in sight

Miwa Sado was a victim of "karoshi," which experts say stem from Japan's toxic work culture and rigid labour market.

Millennials might not be the nightmare employees everyone was worried about

Millennials — whose generation is now largely out of school and into the workforce — might be valuable assets to the office, finds new research.

Uber is going to rename its ‘War Room’ to the ‘Peace Room,’ in an effort to detoxify its work culture

Uber is trying to turn a new chapter in its history, and is renaming its "War Room" the "Peace Room," according to Bloomberg.

A Tesla employee is suing the company over claims of racial harassment and discrimination

Tesla employee DeWitt Lambert alleges that coworkers harassed him by regularly calling him the N-word.

5 quirks of American business culture you probably won’t see outside the US

Perks, privacy, and phone calls: Here's what to expect at an office in the United States.

Why you need friends at work, and 5 easy ways to bond with your coworkers

When we feel isolated or excluded, that experience is painful and psychologically taxing, damaging our ability to focus.