Change can be a daunting prospect. Whether this change is necessitated by positive transformation, or by the detrimental effects of adverse situations, employees are likely worried about the implications of such change on their careers.
For example, digital transformation may well include optimising your business through the implementation of new technology. This is hugely positive for the business, in fact according to Forbes, companies that go through digital transformation see an almost immediate upswing in productivity of around 39% on average, yet whilst you’re thinking about how improved your prospects are due to the move, your employees will inevitably be anxious about whether this will be coupled with redundancies.
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