A STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF TEAM CHANGE ON EMPLOYEES’ EFFICIENCY
The purpose of this research is to determine the effect that team change has on employee efficiency and the actions that the organization can take to increase employee efficiency in the event of team change. The study was conducted utilizing a descriptive technique, which enables the collection of in-depth data on certain themes via the use of several perspectives. The research surveyed 60 respondents from the hotel business, 40 of whom were workers and 20 of whom were managers. The methods of convenient and purposive sampling were employed to pick respondents based on their willingness and capacity to answer to the questionnaire. 15% of respondents strongly agreed that collaborating with a new team boosted an employee's efficiency, 18.3% agreed, 26.7 percent were unsure (neutral), and 56.7 percent disapproved. Thus, it can be argued that a change in team composition might have a detrimental effect on the employee's efficiency and performance, since the employee is used to the team members with whom they operate, and a change in team composition may disrupt their usual operations. As a result of the shift in team, the employee's stress levels may rise, creating an atmosphere of pessimism and cynicism that distracts them from their task. Thus, in the event of a team turnover, the leader must be very supportive in order for the employee to perform effectively and fearlessly.
Team change, Employee, Efficiency, Change Management, Organization