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September 24, 2022
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Strong mutual trust between managers and employees boosts company’s financial performance

Companies that have a high-level of mutual trust between their management and employees are much more likely to have a greater economic and financial performance, according to new research from Durham University Business School. The study also claims that increased levels of trust in the management-employee relationship also correlated with higher levels of labour productivity and a greater harmony and understanding in a company’s workforce. This research was conducted by John Addison, a Professor of Economics at Durham University Business School, and Paulino Teixeira, a Professor of Economics at the University of Coimbra, in order to evaluate the impact of…
Strong mutual trust between managers and employees boosts company’s financial performance

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