VIEWS: 5 PAGES: 1 CATEGORY: Business & Economics POSTED ON: 5/30/2012
Despite good intentions from management, employees believe many workplace practices aren't effective and often get in the way of performance results. And about one out of two employees thinks that a lack of openness about how decisions are made and little employee input are major causes, according to a new survey by Fierce Inc. The Fierce survey provides insight into employees' perceptions of workplace practices and the disconnect between managers and employees in workplace communication. Here are study highlights: 1. Forty-four percent of employees felt that workplace practices are ineffective and often hinder employee productivity and morale. 2. Forty-seven percent reported that current practices impede desired results. 3. Fifty percent said the lack of companywide transparency and the lack of employee involvement are the primary areas of concern.
Pages to are hidden for
"More Employee Input and Accountability Yield More Effective Practices"Please download to view full document