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A Study on Employee Resistance towards Organizational Change with Special Reference towards Prosper Exports, Tirupur, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1RVS Arts and Science College, Sulur, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, INDIA

Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 3, Issue (1), Pages 1-5, January,6 (2014)


Nothing is permanent in this world, expect changes. Changes only make the world great in competing with the technology. World is moving towards competitive, so every one wants to accept the changes and must adopt himself to the changes. It is applicable to organization also. These organizational changes are necessary to compete in the world market, because jobs have become increasingly assorted, multifarious, multifaceted and more technological. At the time of changing process, some people use to resist that. Because they are adopted and addicted to old things. Suddenly they cannot accept the changes, the result is resistance. At that time the organization wants to take necessary steps to overcome the resistance. Only then the organization can achieve success and attain fruitful changing process.


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