Professionalism between the merged entity following the merger

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    Rubhen Jeya
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    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?

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    Jay
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    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.

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    Sonia Shah
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    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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