Look at Yourself as a Business Rather than an Employee

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How often do you think employees submit to the changes a company makes in alignment with job duties, benefits and growth within the organization?

Every. Single. Day.

The issue is not the change itself, but that the restructuring was not discussed with the worker prior to being hired.

Sometimes the shifts are advantageous, but in other scenarios the decisions made could cause contention with individual needs or values. The overarching problem is that many employees are “at will” meaning the terms of the relationship can be modified or end at the will of either party. Although the number of times employers vary the terms is

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