The Right Human Resources Approach to M&A Turnover

A direct by-product of the merger and acquisition process is an increase in employee turnover. It’s a fact of life that, whether planned or not, there will be merger casualties.

Most of the time merging companies can survive operating with fewer people, but not fewer quality people. So you can’t just sit back and let nature take its course so far as turnover is concerned.

Natural attrition during a merger produces a loss of good employees and minimal turnover among marginal, weak players.  The reason for this is obvious...

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