Corporate Restructuring and Mergers or Acquisitions


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Corporate Restructuring and Mergers or Acquisitions
Corporate restructuring and mergers or acquisitions can cause chaos within healthcare organizational settings. Not only do they uproot the structure at hand, but they also have the potential to force layoffs and other radical strategies to meet the goal of the new larger organization. Human Resources play a large role within dealing with the chaos of restructuring. HR regulates new hires and layoffs, as well as strategies for retention in the face of possible pay cuts, regulatory compliance, and passing out employee benefits.
HR management plays a large role within the strategic planning involved within a corporate restructuring or merger. These types of situations have become...
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.....he benefits available to the,. All employees laid off during the context of a merger or acquisition are eligible for unemployment benefits (McConnell 2007).
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McConnell, Charles R. (2007). The Healthcare Manager’s Human Resources Handbook. Boston” Jones and Bartlett Publishers.