Senior managers are in denial about low levels of trust in their organisations, warns CIPD

by | Oct 25, 2013

One in three employees rate trust in senior managers as weak, but those at the top have a rosier view

More than one in three employees report that their level of trust in senior managers is weak (34%), while an overwhelming majority report that they trust in their colleagues and line managers to some or a great extent (92% and 80% respectively). That’s according to the latest research by the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, which is concerned about a counterproductive ‘them and us’ mentality breeding in too many of the UK’s workplaces.

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