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DecisionWise employee engagement study shows less than half of US employees have confidence in their own executives

Available Online http://www.virtual-strategy.com/2012/07/28/deci...
Publication Date July 28, 2012
Author DecisionWise
Source Virtual Strategy Magazine
Source Type Press Release
Summary

Focuses on the issue of employee engagement. A study by DecisionWise found that less than half of US employees are confident in their own executives. The data also indicated a correlation between employee confidence and ability to retain talented employees. Hence, if organizations want to retain their top performers, they need to first determine how to establish confidence in senior leadership.

Keywords employee engagement, confidence, executives, talent management
Reference

DecisionWise (2012, July 28). DecisionWise employee engagement study shows less than half of US employees have confidence in their own executives. Virtual Strategy Magazine [Online]. Retrieved July 31, 2012, from www.virtual-strategy.com.

"When you have a high level of employee involvement in regards to the decision-making and problem-solving; and, when employees know that they are not alone to deal with their personal issues; and, when they see opportunities to become healthier with their employer's help; then, that business will be able to count on its greatest resource, its employees."

Glenn McFadden
Executive Vice President of Operations
The Comporium Group