People’s motivations and career aspirations vary significantly. This is true within a given culture, but it is even more true when you consider different cultures. This chapter examines how career management (including rewards, recognition, and promotions) is handled differently in different cultures. It starts with a description of the most common cross-cultural issues related to career management, followed by an analysis of the dynamics that lead to these issues. This analysis becomes the basis for the recommendations and suggestions provided in the next section. This chapter focuses on New North Americans as they manage their careers in North American organizations; it is also designed to help North American managers and human resources (HR) professionals advise their New North American colleagues.