Hello Expat Arrivals community, I am a current MBA candidate with a focus in international accounting/finance. I am hoping to be able to land a job with a large consulting or accounting firm and then have the opportunity to work abroad. I am drawn to Chile for a few different reasons, one being we are currently studying the Chilean business environment in class. Their open economy with bilateral trade agreements and a focus on attracting foreign direct investment seems like a great opportunity to learn how dynamic economies can be created. Anyways, for individuals who have worked in Chile, I was hoping you may be able to help me with some questions? Your time is very much appreciated! 1) In your experience working in Chile, what are the noticeable differences in the work environment from the U.S? For example in Spain there is a mandatory siesta portion of the day. If you could also please share which industry you are in and how it differed from your home experience that would be great! 2) How does management interact with those employees beneath them? Is the hierarchy one where management makes all of the decisions without employee input or is their more of a holacracy environment? Did you feel you were able to learn a lot about business practices with this structure? Please provide an example if you can. Thank you again!