The behavioural trait every HR Director needs

The behavioural trait every HR Director needs

It's an age old question that has puzzled business leaders and HR Directors for decades: "How can I create a great workplace?" 

And now, thanks to research compiled by Fortune magazine and global consultancy Great Place to Work, we may finally have an answer. 

When analysing data from the ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’ list, Fortune found that it all boils down to one thing; trust.

In the research conducted for the ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’ list, 92% of employees working at these companies claimed that they believe their management is transparent in its business practices, and that this transparency is primarily down to trust. 

The study found that successful leaders do several things every year which correlate well with trusting behaviours.

This list included keeping lines of communications open, sharing their corporate vision with staff and offering opportunities for further training.  

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