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MANAGEMENT BEHAVIOR WESTON WEEKES HRM/531 HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT APRIL 16, 2010 JEFF HERRING Friends and colleagues we are all very aware that there are going to be some incredible changes taking place here and InterClean. This purpose of this memo is to explain some things that might have not been conveyed in our initial notifications,as well as to help us understand our roles as managers as these actions take place. InterClean because of everyone’shard work and dedication has seen tremendous growth in the past year. Because we have such a talented and dedicated group we have experienced much success andthe company has decided to expand. This expansion brings with it another successful company EnviroTech. EnviroTech is a great company that has also seen much growth and success in the cleaning service realm. They also are comprised of talented individuals that have helped that company become the company it istoday. It has been decided that merging these two companies will help InterClean reach its goal of becoming a more powerful force in combining our outstanding products and our new focus on service. This merger is a huge and exciting change. Our rolls managers will be put to the test as streams of concerns and uneasiness flood our workforce. Productiveness and quality as well as moral are all issues that have already experienced a decline as soon as news of this merger has come to ahead. Speculation about the future of our employees has been in question and as a result there have been some negative thoughts about the success of this merger. As managers we must maintain positive attitudes about the future of this company. We all know that a manager’s behavior can directly impact the productivity of his or her workers. If a manager shows bad behavior or a negative attitude, employees are likely to act out in the same way. A manager must lead by…...

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