As an owner or manager, you want to know when employees feel bullied or stressed out by their workload or have knowledge of problems in your company. You also want them to speak up with any ideas they have to help you grow your business.
A recent Harvard University study found that one out of six employees is fearful of speaking up. In another study by the Association of Professional Office Managers Foundation, 40.4% of respondents said there was no company appointed person they could direct complaints to.
Here are some tips to help employees communicate better with you or their supervisors:
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