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July 5, 2022
HR Technologies

Workers largely trust their employers to create a safe workplace

Three quarters of UK employees (74 percent) trust their employer to create a physically safe workplace and generally healthy work environment and the vast majority (92 percent) of employees are at least “a little” comfortable with contact tracing led by their employer for the purpose of organisational safety. This is according to a new survey Kronos Incorporated of 3,903 employees across 10 countries. The survey, conducted by Workplace Intelligence asked employed adults across Australia and New Zealand, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Mexico, Netherlands, U.K., and U.S, and helps to debunk a misconception around COVID-19 contact tracing that suggests employee privacy…
Workers largely trust their employers to create a safe workplace

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