This thesis is focused upon discovering how change management can be used to help in employee retention, increasing employee effectiveness and reducing errors in the workplace. Prior researches have connected change management to the tools used by management to help bring change in an organization. Secondary data was studied in order to determine the relationships proposed by previous studies upon change management practices. Therefore, this study uses a 17-item digital survey distributed amongst 60 participants to determine how change management can help improve the workplace conditions for employees. This study was able to conclude that the more change management practices are used the more workplace obstacles can be removed, which helps in increasing employee effectiveness to in turn improve the employee retention rate. Future studies, can use an experimental design in order to determine how change management can be effectively employed inside an organization in order to reign similar results.