Fierce Survey: Toxic Employees
The result of a survey of nearly 800 corporate executives, employees, and educators reveal new insights into employees' perception of workplace practices and the disconnect between the priorities of managers versus employees in terms of workplace communication.download now
While these practices are established with the best intentions, it’s clear that most are missing the mark when it comes to supporting the needs of their workforce. When asked which practices hold their organization back, nearly 50% of respondents identified a lack of company-wide transparency and too little involvement in company decisions as key areas of concern. In addition, nearly half of survey respondents identified the most beneficial practices as those that encouraged accountability, development, and individual empowerment within the organization. It’s clear that in order to implement practices that are beneficial to the individual– as well as the organization as a whole – companies must foster an environment where individual efficacy is encouraged and where communication is both elicited and valued.