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Faith in Firms - as Low as You'd Expect.

Abstract : Employees' trust and loyalty naturally decline in market downturns, when layoffs and other abrupt strategic changes are required. Early results from my ongoing research on this topic indicate that a trust problem has indeed accompanied the latest recession. Survey data collected in 2009 (including responses from more than 700 managers in dozens of countries) show that workers have a worrisome lack of faith in their companies and direct bosses. Here are some highlights.
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Submitted on : Thursday, October 21, 2010 - 4:32:49 PM
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Michael Segalla. Faith in Firms - as Low as You'd Expect.. Harvard business review, Harvard Business Review, 2010, pp.22-23. ⟨hal-00528402⟩



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