On the basis of scientific literature analysis, the article focuses on the conceptual framework of adaptation of employees and management of this adaptation in the merged organisations. The article reasons the aspect of change and transition in the post-merger context. The author discusses psychological and behavioural responses of organisation staff towards the post-merger and introduces transition phases of employees. There are also highlighted specific features of staff adaptation management in the merged organisations.
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