MEMPHIS, TN, September 28, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- New data has come out that suggests that those in charge of businesses do not see eye-to-eye with their employees about the conditions of the workplace. Findings from a study by professional recruiting firm, Addison Group has illustrated that lower level workers are not feeling confident about the industry they work in, their bosses and the future of the working environment in the U.S. (43% are not feeling confident). This feeling is contrary to CEOs and managers, who are feeling optimistic (84%). This discrepancy in feelings goes to show that there is a big communication problem between executives, managers and the people who work for them.
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Communication in the workplace is imperative if everyone is to work in harmony and feel happy within their jobs and careers states sales and marketing firm, Memphis Tier One. When communication walls are damaged or annihilated, the workplace becomes difficult, especially for those at lower level positions because they feel detached and less valued from those above them. Communication is important so that everyone is unified and feels 'in the loop'; communication enables people to understand more about the company and feel more confident in how their role plays a big part in the organization's success. At the same time, CEOs and managers can listen and understand the concerns of their workers, and address them or put them at ease.
Memphis Tier One Consultants run a business where everyone is given the same level of respect and is free to discuss ideas, goals, and issues with the Managing Director. The company believes that this approach levels the playing field and allows for open communication to flow between workers at all stages of their careers. The result is that it boosts morale which in turn, raises happiness in the workplace
and which has the knock-on effect of improving company performance.
As experts in helping their client's business grow, Memphis Tier One
use direct marketing methods to build and nurture long-term relationships between their client's brand and their customer base. Through in-person communications, the firm can ensure a positive buying experience for consumers that is sought after in today's market by both companies and customers.
Source: https://www.cnbc.com/2017/06/13/study-finds-bosses-and-their-employee ... -work.html
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