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Employees must deal with change, including turnover among their leaders and peers, potential mergers and acquisitions, competition, shifting economic conditions, and more. Human resources professional Peter R. Garber provides coping strategies for managing work and life transitions, and offers tips for discussing change initiatives with your employees. Garber doesn’t waste words, and his useful advice applies to both your professional and personal lives. getAbstract recommends Garber’s approach to managers who must communicate with their workers about upgrades, upsets and upheavals, and to the workers affected by them.

In this summary, you will learn

  • How to approach and understand workplace change, and
  • How to manage your stress and attitudes associated with workplace transitions.

About the Author

Peter R. Garber, author of more than 50 books, is a human resources manager for PPG Industries, a manufacturing company based in Pittsburgh.



Positive or Negative, Change Is Inevitable
Positive workplace transitions may include new assignments or responsibilities, more efficient business systems, and increased profits. Negative shifts might portend job loss, unwanted transfers, difficulties with new bosses, and more. Workplace...

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