Today’s decision makers are looking at candidates from all around the world to meet their companies’ needs. Finding qualified candidates for the work you want done is fairly easy, but the problem often occurs when it comes to the new employee’s inability to fit in with the culture of the new country they find themselves in. “This can be a stressful situation, which can affect the candidate’s performance, which consequently affects the company in a negative way. That’s why we prepare the employees for the Danish or European culture so that they can avoid big culture clashes when they start their new job,” says Mozhgan Gerayeli who, together with her daughter Yalda Tabesh, owns Mozhi Consulting.