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Employees kept 'in the dark' over business performance
Employees are being kept in the dark about their employers' business performance, with 28% being told nothing about business health and one in 20 discouraged from asking questions.

According to a recent employment survey of staff in the finance and accountancy sector, 30% of them have no idea how their business is performing and the issue is most prevalent in the Midlands where the figure rises to 45%.

The survey undertaken by Badenoch & Clark revealed that one in four of those questioned said they would actually leave their employer if they were told nothing about business performance.

This should be looked at in light of the CIPD and YouGov research about employees tending to ‘sit tight’ for the moment. However, if employees are told nothing, they tend to fear the worst and are likely to look for another job if they think that their posts will be made redundant. It is therefore very important that employers keep their staff informed about business progress if they want their employees to work with them. For help reviewing your communication practices or to discuss any other aspect of this, contact Helen at Cherington HR today.
Posted on 19 Nov 2016

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