A late 2008 study by PR giant Weber-Shandwick showed that most employers are NOT talking to their employees about the wrecked economy and what it means for them. 71% of the employee respondents said their employers should be communicating more. We all know in the absence of real information, people make things up!! In a time when lay-offs are daily headlines, those who still have jobs are waiting for the shoe to drop – and those who have already been let go are often still in touch with those who haven’t — feeding the fear and espousing their expert opinions on what the company is really up to. We have to communicate – even if we don’t know all the answers, even if some of the answers aren’t comfortable – people rally around true leadership, and leaders know the true value of honest communication. Would appreciate comments from those who are communicating, those who are receiving one-way push communication, those who aren’t being communicated to, and those lucky enough to have an interactive discussion with their employers – what’s going on for you?
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