Employee engagement is a critical piece of avoiding merger and acquisition missteps
from HR Dive
When companies announce a merger or acquisition, news outlets send out waves of speculation about the cost of the deal, why it was made and what the acquiring company’s stock will be worth. But the real work begins after mergers and acquisitions are finalized. Employees caught up in the organizational change must keep making the product or providing the service, often while grappling with their own uncertainties about their jobs. Human resources must step in to help them survive the transition.
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