In order to recruit and keep top talent, high-performing companies are putting more emphasis on workplace culture, diversity, and employee happiness. This is crucial since many employees place a higher value on job happiness than merely financial benefits.
This point may seem self-evident, but workers are less likely to come forward if they see or hear that someone has been discriminated against after reporting a concern–or even if they just fear being retaliated against.
Reward and Encourage who Speak Up.
Organizations that really want to hear about problems and recognize the significance of having an accurate picture of what’s going on the factory floor, in contrast to retribution, will take efforts to promote and reward speaking out.
Another common reason why workers do not speak up when they have a concern is because they do not feel that anything will be done about it. When employees hear crickets after registering a complaint, they naturally assume nothing has occurred.
Encouragement of a speak up culture is an important part of an organization’s efforts to guarantee compliance with legal obligations and business rules, as well as to address incorrect behavior before it becomes a bigger problem.
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