In this paper, I will focus on the core of cultural communication in the workplace, what it consists of and how in any given setting potential problems can be solved. Whether it is in the workplace or in our personal lives, we all have an inner list of those we still don't comprehend, let alone appreciate. We all have biases, even prejudices, toward certain groups. Fears usually include being judged, miscommunication, and patronizing or hurting others unintentionally; hope are usually the likelihood of dialogue, learning something new, developing friendships, and understanding dissimilar points of view. At any moment that we're dealing with people unlike from ourselves, the probability is that they carry a similar list of hopes and fears with them.