illustration photo Dealing with change is not always easy since it takes you out of your comfort zone and brings you face to face with something new and unknown. – How people react to change No two human beings react exactly the same way to change. As an employer you will find different employees reacting differently to proposed or implemented changes. These can generally be classified into four main categories. The first set of people look forward to change; they thrive on it. The second set of people, aren’t very bothered by change, for them it is just business as usual with a couple of tweaks. The third set of people, are worried about the possible consequences that the change will have on them and their jobs. They want to know how to handle the change so that they can still get the best results. The final set of people are resistant to change and will get stressed out. They don’t like to learn new ways of doing the job and may actually feel threatened when everything changes around them in the workplace.To help every individual associated with your company to handle major changes coming your way it is a… Read full this story
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