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    ? Job Retention
    ? Knowledge
    ? Communication

    For each different perception listed, determine if it poses high risk or low risk to long-term commitment to change

    I'm looking for an educated opinion on this topic and any opinion will suffice. Please a complete thought no cut, copy, and paste. a paragraph for each topic will do

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    ? Job Retention :

    Job retention does present a high risk to long term commitment to change. If an employee feels that the current job does not offer job security and he/she does not intend to stay in the job for long time, he/she will not be committed enough to embrace changes or will not be able to commit towards changes. In other words, the better is the ability of the organization to retain the employees for longer term, the more motivated the employee will feel and thus, high level of commitment can be secured from such motivated employees towards changes in the organization.

    Thus, it is extremely important for ...

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    For each different perception listed, determine if it poses high risk or low risk to long-term commitment to change

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