‘It’s a Landmine’: Why Does No One Trust Each Other at Work?

This WorkLife article explores why lack of trust has risen between organizations and their employees, and includes insight from Christy-Pruitt Haynes (NLI's Distinguished Faculty of Leadership and Performance).

“Organizations and business leaders are struggling to win the trust of their workers – and it’s a growing problem. 

What’s worse: it seems that the feeling is mutual. 

And like in any unhappy relationship, the retaliation of both parties is harsh. In the employer’s arsenal of weapons: layoffs, return-to-office mandates, poor transparency with workers, and dodgy digital surveillance tactics. In the employee’s corner: quiet quitting, acting your wage, and of course, actual quitting.

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