Speaking Up 1: The Benefits of Open Communication

A. Richey

Open communication in the workplace is sign of a positive workplace culture.

Employees tend to be happier and more loyal, supervisors and managers have lower stress levels, and companies are generally more profitable. The benefits are extensive. When there is poor communication, the opposite is often true. It can result in employees feeling ineffective, uncared for and underappreciated. Morale, achievement, employee satisfaction and productivity all reduce, and this can lead to a lack of concern for their jobs ...

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