How to Reduce the Risk of Employee Change Fatigue

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Employees have endured months of rapid and constant organizational and business change and are battling concerns about the economy, job security, their health and the health of their loved ones. It’s taking its toll, but HR leaders can develop effective strategies to reduce employees’ risk of fatigue — in particular by focusing on how employees experience change.

Employees’ ability to absorb change has plummeted precisely at the time when more organizations need change to reset

“The amount of change that the average employee can absorb without becoming fatigued is half what it was last year,” said Jessica Knight,

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