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New CEO May Mean New Job for the Ranks

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New CEO May Mean New Job for the Ranks

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New CEO May Mean New Job for the Ranks

New CEO May Mean New Job for the Ranks

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A new study, "Surviving Your New CEO," draws the striking conclusion that if your company brings in new management, you have about a two-in-five chance of leaving. The new boss often has been given a mandate to make changes.

Kevin Coyne, a Harvard University professor, talks with Steve Inskeep about how employees can adjust to a new boss.

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