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August 15, 2022
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Fewer than half of employees in Europe feel trusted at work

A new survey from Catalyst claims that only 46 percent of employees in Europe report often or always being trusted at work. This experience of being trusted is consequential; as the data highlights, when managers lead more inclusively, experiences of trust increase, and organisations as well as employees benefit. Moreover, the study suggests that as teams become more cohesive, employees experience higher levels of trust, which, in turn, has a positive influence on innovation and engagement, and teams also become better at problem-solving. In the survey of more than 1,700 full-time employees in five countries in Europe— United Kingdom, Netherlands,…
Fewer than half of employees in Europe feel trusted at work

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