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Coping with Change for Management

Coping with Change in the Workplace
for Supervisors, Managers, Human Resource staff, and EAP coordinators

The following materials are provided to help agency management as it deals with employees who are affected directly or indirectly by change in the workplace, whether it is layoffs, program reductions, reorganizations, etc. It is important to provide resources to help employees deal with their emotional and psychological reactions to change.

Some of the materials listed here cover the same ground, but in different ways – please review them and choose and use the material that best fits your agency’s situation. 

Resources oriented toward the individual employee can be found at Coping with Change for Employees.  Resources at that site deal with resume preparation, job listings, career planning and insurance and other benefits.

Each state agency has an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) that may also help. Be sure to work with your EAP program during major organizational changes. For a a list of agency contacts, go to http://oser.state.wi.us/docview.asp?docid=1114

For an overview of EAP, go to http://oser.state.wi.us/section_detail.asp?linkcatid=332


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