InterClean-EnviroTech Merger Memo
Denita S. Dorsey
November 1, 2010
InterClean - EnviroTech Merger Memo
TO: ALL FIRST LEVEL MANAGEMENT
FROM: MID LEVEL MANAGEMENT
DATE: NOVEMBER 1, 2010
SUBJECT: EXPECTATIONS OF BEHAVIORS FROM FIRST LEVEL MANAGEMENT
I want to begin this memo with the excitement that David Spencer, CEO and I share regarding the merger of InterClean, Inc. and EnviroTech and all the possibilities now available to these two companies and their employees. With all mergers there come changes and nervousness regarding what this means to me and my position. I want to remind you that mergers do not need to hold negative feelings, and I am asking that you ensure your team members their role in the company. This memo will discuss what is expected of your behavior and attitude and how this will effect the productivity of your team members. Followed up by the laws that we each must remember and be expected to follow. I do not need to remind each of you the disciplinary actions that may occur if you do not follow these laws. The memorandum will close on some best practices to help guarantee a diverse and happy work environment. Again, let me emphasize how exciting this merger is to our business and how much you can contribute to the new culture.
Within the next seven days each of you will be required to meet with your team members and discuss the following 12 basic work conditions and how these create a positive work attitude. From the discussion I wamt each of you to implement suggestions into your management style. These 12 basics will produce positive productivity. Remember that how your employees see you as a manager is extremely important regarding retention. Retention is very important in keeping productivity at an acceptable level. Every time a company loses an employee, new individuals must be sought out and then trained; this delays production. Use the list provided as a...