Mergers & Acquisitions
Whether your integration is expected or long planned there are many moving parts
There are typically three key stages (pre, during, post) to a successful acquisition, from a people perspective:
Pre-merger HR due diligence
Joint integration planning, and;
Post-merger support that motivates management and staff from both organisations to work together towards new common targets
At Connor, we can help.
How it works
The team at Connor will work with you to:
Check target acquisitions from a human capital perspective looking at the human value that is off the balance sheet
Uncover hidden people risks that may impact the success of the combined enterprise
Recommend practical actions to mitigate the risks and resolve the issues
Post-acquisition support of the new enterprise in areas of new working practices, talent retention, customer engagement, communications strategy, KPI’s, terms and conditions harmonisation etc
To find out more about what we can do for you throughout your merger or acquisition, book a call with one of our experts by completing the form below.
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