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Employees, especially women, can’t be themselves at work and have conversations safely with their managers due to a lack of Trust!

By | Nicolas BEHBAHANI | Global People Analytics Leader @ Future of Work | Leading Global HR Analytics, Driving Business Growth

💡Most of employees (62%) want to be able to have hard conversations at work, but one-third don’t feel safe doing so with their managers.

🔥 Employees who feel recognized by their manager are twice as likely to have high trust and are almost twice as likely to say they feel safe having tough conversations with their manager. So recognition frequency increases trust and safety at work.

📉 Gen Z and Millennial respondents are 34% more likely than older generations to say they don’t feel safe having these conversations with their managers.

⚠️ Women are less likely to feel safe at work and less than one-third say they bring their whole selves to work, according to a new interesting research published by Achievers using data 📊from a survey of 1500 US and Canadian employees during March 2024.

✅All employees can’t have fun or light conversations at work

Fun or light conversations at work

Researchers found that nine out of ten employees want to be able to have fun or light conversations at work, but only seven out of 10 say they can.

🚩 A third of employees believe that there is no one at work they can have a fun to light conversations with.

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