Apil Karki appreciates the opportunity to meet people from different cultures.
"It's good to work with people from other cultures, to share ideas with them. It gets difficult when someone refuses to understand people from different backgrounds. And disputes over religion are waste of time."
A tolerant work place is honest and flexible
Marko Huhtanen has delivered papers at Alma as a second job since 2014. His main job is in sales, and Huhtanen says that delivering papers is a good counterbalance for the day job.
At first the multicultural work environment seemed exciting.
"When I started, I didn't know anyone in the company, and my language skills were not great. Then again, I'd had great experiences of people from other cultures in my previous job," says Huhtanen.
He realises that he had some prejudices against foreigners when he was younger. The good experiences at work have changed this, though, and now he feels he is very open to multicultural environment.