Your employees are happy, right? Turnover is low. The parking lot is full by 8:30 a.m. You’ve gotten almost everyone’s RSVP for the upcoming holiday party! So, whew! A great employee experience all around.
We all hope this is true, and it should be in some companies, but it’s more likely that you’re somewhere in the middle of the pack as far as the employee experience is concerned.
In our recent Employee Experience Survey, HR Acuity surveyed more than 1,300 employees and found out what employees think.
And for HR, the most critical aspect is how your company tackles problems and how you handle the workplace investigation process.
Can Your Employees Speak up about Problems?
You want your employees to be whistleblowers — not to the press or Congressional committees — but to you, so you know what is happening. You can’t solve problems that you don’t know about. But, do your employees feel comfortable speaking to you, and do they know where to go when reporting an incident or reporting misconduct?
To keep reading, click here: Do Your Employees Trust Your Company’s Workplace Investigation Process?