it’s actually quite difficult to manage the right balance, in my view is found by preparing extensive, time sensitive, concise and accurate timelines and statements that would answer all employee questions regarding the company future strategy and structure, and the general labor impact. M&A’s will also conduct one to one meetings with employees, where each employee expects to find out what their situation, and compensation offer will be. Sometimes, rumors come about the transaction prior to the official announcement, which results in employee anxiety will rise. If the company has not yet made its final decisions, and therefor must be careful to not communicate any specifications as to ensure they do not provide promises they cannot keep. making the right balance be somewhat actually an extreme decision to not communicate at all.