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October 2, 2022
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Two thirds of bosses say workers don’t like change. Workers disagree.

New research by HR solutions provider People First, part of MHR International, claims that nearly three-quarters of bosses think that their employees do not like change. However, the same research suggests that 1 in 4 employees say that it is in fact their bosses who do not like change and who are holding the business back. Surveying the attitudes of 250 bosses and 250 employees from firms across the UK, the research highlights an interesting disconnect between bosses and their staff when asked about the other’s shortcomings. Over half (58 percent) of bosses claimed that their employees were unwilling to…
Two thirds of bosses say workers don’t like change. Workers disagree.

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