Highlight messaging before and after two companies merge

Internal communication becomes even more crucial as incoming staffers arrive and established employees adapt to new colleagues—and perhaps new office spaces and protocols.

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The importance of internal communications becomes heightened during an acquisition—but also after the deal has closed. 

Timely and informative change communications are crucial during a consolidation of two organizations. Once the dust settles, employees will be looking for consistent cultural and strategic messages.

Providing such communications can help new employees feel welcome and assimilated into the company, while easing legacy employees back into their normal routine.

Here are four tips to prepare for your post-acquisition internal communications:

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