The dynamic nature of business market has made it impossible for a company to proceed based on static operation and old ideas. Currently the firms need to adopt diversity and innovation to retain satisfactory market position. Successful change management is becoming a crucial factor for globally operating companies. To develop an inclusive workplace that fosters change by aligning every individuals with the core philosophy of the company requires effective management policy (Pless and Maak, 2004). But the success of the policy depends on the effectiveness with which it is implemented and communicated to the concerned parties. Even in this highly automated and industrialized business era, a company has to recognize the indispensable service it receives from its human resource. Retention of talented employees can be a core competency issue for an organization. So in the face of any change the company must show clear opposition to any type of discrimination in its operating procedures to ensure that the management change is not resulting from any sort of biasedness and it is not directed to affect any particular group. Such straightforward and unambiguous policy is discouraging for any sort of discriminatory behavior, and it also ensures growth opportunities of each employee. Another distinguishing factor of the change management policy can be its awareness towards employee security and rights. The company must be devoted to ensuring that every employee receives their dues fairly and do not have to undergo any type of harassment by developing measures to allow the employees to freely express their dissatisfaction regarding any company practice without receiving any unfair treatment. The change management should convey a clear message to the employees about what is their role and what is expected from them. It will facilitate the alteration from previous practices and ensure sustainability (Schneider et al., 1996). Current business world is dynamic,...
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