In a time when dozens of countries are at each other’s throats, multinational companies — i.e. companies with employees in at least two different countries — set a good example of what international cooperation should look like. Companies with employees in both, say, the United States and Canada show just how much can get down when people set aside their differences and work toward a common goal. Having employees of different nationalities is also beneficial in that the diversity brings more strategies and opinions — a different set of eyes — to a business, something a more exclusive company may not have.
Still, there are inevitable problems that come with multinational businesses. In the case of Canada, companies that have employees in both Canada and the U.S. may not be fully prepared to han