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I work on the Reception as the Office Manager. I have three staff under my supervision and we all get along really well. We have a reasonably new General Manager (been with us just over a year). Lately he has decided that he needs to "change" the look of the place and he seems to be targeting the Reception area. Nothing wrong with that but his changes are making our lives quite miserable. He has halved the size of our area, he has moved our printer away from the immediate Reception area so every time we need to give a client a receipt or whatever we have to turn our backs on the client, walk away, get the receipt and then come back. He has told us he has still more changes to come and they dont sound good for us. I have had a word with him especially about the printer but he says we should all stop moaning about it and that change is a good thing. All I can see is a lot of disruption happening and I wish he would "change" a whole lot more things in the place but leave the reception area alone. Is there anything I can do to reason with him?  
   
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