Professionalism between the merged entity following the merger

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    Rubhen Jeya

    I am curious to know if nepotism or the perception of nepotism hampered the ability of a smooth transfer into the new leadership of the combined entity? Particularly in the private sector?



    In the US, Nepotism is generally frowned upon. Especially if they are not qualified. If they are groomed in the business and bring value/intellectual capital, then i’m sure the acquiring entity would not mind transferring them onto their leadership team when integrating.


    Sonia Shah

    Agreed with the above post! However, I do see nepotism and can find that it can damage a business by affecting employee morale, causing friction and resentment, particularly to those more suitable for a role. It can cause issues post-merger as well as the leadership of the Acquirer company can sometimes feel in a bit of a ‘hard spot’ when dealing with this.

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