Trust in bosses is on the decline, according to a new survey by Interaction Associates released last month. Nearly 60 percent of the 520 managers or supervisors polled worldwide believe their organization lacks trust.
And 85 percent of 24,000 respondents to a worldwide Regus survey last year said they wanted their bosses to show more trust in their employees who work flexible hours.
Indeed employee engagement measured just 13 percent in a huge worldwide survey conducted by Gallup in 2012.
The best bosses know the key to keeping employees engaged is by giving them the managerial support they seek.
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