“Best Practices in Creating Smooth Leadership Transitions in Senior Care Organizations,” iAdvance Senior Care article

As healthcare organizations face mounting turnover and transition in leadership positions, upper-level management should be prepared to help staff adapt to the change. In an iAdvance Senior Care article, Jeffrey Daitz, partner and co-chair of the Labor and Employment Practice Group at Hall Booth Smith, said companies and organizations should give thought to how they introduce a new leader to employees and other stakeholders to avoid negatively impacting employee morale.

“People are naturally resistant to change,” he said. “Often when there’s a transition, there’s often resentment. People internally sometimes resist change.”

Daitz said companies can fend off resentment by identifying talent within the organization first, which can promote positive morale and help create a better employee-employer relationship.

Read the full article in  iAdvance Senior Care.