How to Fix No Trust Among Your Team

Employers garner the least amount of trust from U.S. employees, according to the study from EY, a provider of assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services. Specifically, just 38 percent of American workers trust the company they work for. That's even less than many of their peers worldwide. Of the eight countries studied, only employees in the United Kingdom and Japan were less trusting of their employer. In the U.S., younger workers are the most trusting. The study shows that 42 percent of millennials trust their company, compared with 40 percent of baby boomers and just 32 percent of Gen X workers. [See Related Story: Is Your Boss's Trust a Blessing or a Curse?] There are a variety of reasons why employees worldwide have little faith in their organization. Among the…
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