S: KJ Derrick Global Business Etiquette
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1: Why i selected this country | cause in always thought this country has been pretty interesting cause of the athletes thats come from this place
2: (TEAM NAME) | Facts and Statistics | Caribbean, island in the Caribbean Sea, south of Cuba
3: BRADY | O'CONNOR | ROCKIES - FIRST BASE | 21 | facts and Statistics | Kingston | (TEAM - POSITION) | (#)
4: (FIRST NAME) | (FIRST NAME) | Statics's | Facts | (TEAM - POSITION) | (TEAM - POSITION) | (#) | (#) | Ethnic Make up black 90.9%, East Indian 1.3%, white 0.2%, Chinese 0.2%, mixed 7.3%, other 0.1% | (#) | Population 2,713,130 (July 2004 est.) | (#)
5: religions most are Christians but there are a lot of detonations like Anglican, baptist, Methodist, Pentecostals, brethren, roman catholics
6: ( | language | (#) | English
7: culture and society | (text) | The Jamaican family includes a close-knit web of aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents. . Families are close and provide both emotional and economic support to its members. . The family is the most important group a person belongs to, and as such, it the group with whom a person spends most of his/her time developing and maintaining cordial relations.
8: Etiquette | . Men often pat each other's shoulder or arm during the greeting process or while conversing. . Address people by their honorific title (Mr., Mrs., or Miss) and their surname until a personal relationship has developed. . Always wait until invited before using someone's first name. . As your friendship deepens, you may be asked to call the person by their nickname.
9: Customs The most common greeting is the handshake with direct eye contact, and a warm smile. . Use the appropriate salutation for the time of day: "good morning", "good afternoon", or "good evening". . Once a friendship has been established, women may hug and kiss on each cheek, starting with the right.
10: 126 | D | 3 | protocol . Although it is not imperative that you be introduced by a third-party, such introductions can speed up the time it takes to develop the personal relationship so necessary to conducting business successfully. . Networking and relationship building can be crucial to long-term business success. . While Jamaicans are outwardly warm and friendly, they often appear standoffish at the initial introduction because they are reserved until they get to know someone. . Do not appear overly familiar at the initial greeting. . Socializing is an important part of developing a relationship. . Status is respected in Jamaica. It is quite common to hear someone referred to as "boss man" or "boss woman" when the person addressing them is not an employee. . Jamaicans can be direct communicators and are not afraid to say what they think. . They expect others to be equally direct.
11: . At the same time, they value tact and sensitivity and dislike overt aggression. . They will politely tell you what they think, even if they disagree with what you have said. . They value logic and linear thinking. . It is imperative to show deference and respect to those in positions of authority. . When dealing with people at the same level, communication can be more informal. . Jamaicans stand very close when conversing. . A man may touch the arm or shoulder of another man, or even finger his lapel while speaking.