7 Tips for Using Trust to Keep You and Your Employees Happy
NOVEMBER 17, 2015
If you’re a manager or human resources specialist, you know a strong workplace requires trust. So much so that a SHRM study found trust between employees and senior management to be the number-two contributor to job satisfaction. Trust leads to internal motivation, a sense of pride and ownership, and happy people. If your workplace lacks trust, it’s never too late to get started. One common fallacy is that building trust takes forever, but this type of thinking can lead to inaction.