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An acquisition or merger can be exciting to some, but for many employees, they are a time of uncertainty, friction, and stress. We’ve seen employees question the direction of the company, mourn the loss of the previous company culture, fear for their job security, and much more. These are all concerns that can feed into retention issues, which is crucial to keep to a minimum during such a critical transition period. In order to lay a strong foundation for future success, organizations need to not only maintain business continuity but also prevent the loss of knowledge and cost of hiring that comes with seasoned employees leaving.

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