Hi: There is a significant relationship between merger and acquisition and employee retention. The bank issues quarterly reports on industries ranging from poultry to wine. The competitive constraints which currently exist between the parties is eliminated, which results in the merger creating an incentive for the merged entity to increase price. . Various insights into how confidence, zeal, commitment and overall productivity of employees can be affected by mergers and acquisitions will be clearly highlighted in the study to further enlighten managers of various organizations on proper ways to go about merging and acquiring other firms without risking productivity of employees.
During any merger or acquisition effort, there are at least two groups of employees involved, often coming from organizations with distinctly different cultures and styles. A merger refers to the combination of two or more organisations into one larger organisation. The study will also leads improved technical know how in the banking industry. The economies of all market-oriented nations depend on the efficient operation of complex and delicately balance systems of money and credit. His work has appeared in various publications and he has performed financial editing at a Wall Street firm. The paper then seeks to address alternative explanations and reconcile the data with continued merger activity. An acquisition, on the other hand, is the purchase of one organization by another.
This effort to stabilize the banking industry of Nigeria and make it financially strong and healthy will definitely affect employee morale and productivity-either positively or negatively. The unilateral effects are likely if, prior to the merger, an increase in price by one of the merging company would cause a substantial number of customers of the company to shift their purchases to the other merging company. Specifically, we do not find evidence for plant-level productivity changes, nor do we find evidence for the consolidation of administrative activities that is often cited as a way in which mergers yield lower costs through economies of scale. Consistent with this, we find that increases in price markups are higher in horizontal mergers. It also revealed that many shareholders has not knowledge of the impact of mergers and acquisitions. Copy obtainable at Olaitan, L.
Or perhapsbelieve that the acquirer is taking on too much debt to finance the acquisition. Fear of Job Loss When two or more organizations come together, culture clash is inevitable. While we are limited in the degree to which we can examine differences across the sample, due to the confidential nature of our data, we are able to examine differences in merger effects between horizontal mergers involving firms in the same industry and other types. Basu holds a Bachelor of Engineering from Memorial University of Newfoundland, a Master of Business Administration from the University of Ottawa and holds the Canadian Investment Manager designation from the Canadian Securities Institute. Carlyle also made a 100% acquisition of the 165 year-old.
This is because the new organisation may not need all the workers who were previously working in both companies. While lay—offs most often cannot be avoided, reducing uncertainty amongst employees is best. I am an independent wine writer, but once was a writer and producer of audio visual presentations in New York City, and a home winemaker in my spare time. Once it has acquired company B, the best-case scenario that A had anticipated may fail to materialize. Nigeria banking reform is a product of the global efforts at revamping the world economy. Does merger reinstate public confidence on Nigeria banks? Monopolies are associated with high pricing due to elimination of competition which gives firms the privilege to become price makers rather than price takers Alfas, 2006: 29. It will also lead to growth, expansion, as well as improvement of the service rendered by Nigeria banks.
Does merger and acquisition facilitate economic growth and stability in Nigeria? Horizontal mergers produce both types of competitive harms i. Mergers and Acquisitions in the Telecommunications Sector on the Rise. Monopolies are bound to create high prices for consumers since the resulting firms can make use of option synergies to increase prices Hitt, 2001: 74. In such cases, companies may well profit, but not necessarily in ways that improve the economy overall. Learning a new culture can be challenging, but is especially so when employees are faced with uncertainty about what the future may hold and whose job is on the chopping block.
According to Kay 2006: 1 , this was a major blow to the telecommunications workers. This may result in the combined company being unable to reach the desired targets in terms of cost savings from synergies and economies of scale. This fear can negatively impact productivity and may even result in employees leaving the company to seek jobs elsewhere. Chapter 2 will review the 2234 Words 9 Pages The Performances of Commercial Banks in Post-Consolidation Period in Nigeria: An Empirical Review R. When two or more organizations come together, culture clash is inevitable.
In its recent , Rabobank issued a forecast that dealt with consolidation in the production, wholesale and retail wine segments. As a result of the bank recapitalization process that commenced from 2005, commercial banks over a hundred had to close shops or merge with another bank to still be in business. Recently, a new thread of the literature has developed which seeks to understand individual cases, looking into the process of change for a particular merger. They are the cornerstones of the economy of a country. The cliché that a happy worker is a productive worker is a cliché for a reason.