Charlie HR: The company that encourages staff to be brutally honest

Charlie HR: The company that encourages staff to be brutally honest

Honesty is the best policy...

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Comments (2)

  • Big Dog
    Big Dog
    Tue, 10 Jan 2017 4:09pm GMT
    This is inspirational thinking from Charlie HR, and is a fresh and constructive approach to engaging employee's and pushing employee's to realise their potential, whilst also cutting out what can be described as the office cliche's that are often thrown around between colleagues attempting to be politically correct in their criticism, feedback, also not wanting to incur the wrath of an 'old school' HR approach to management for unprofessionalism in the workplace. A bit of Radical Candour would go along way in my workplace.
  • Annie
    Tue, 10 Jan 2017 1:59pm GMT
    I want to work for Charlie HR.
    In my organisation, senior management are constantly quoting "organisational behaviours and values". It is totally disingenuous, and the end result is a lot of unhappy employees griping at the water cooler; whilst the talented leave for a better work environment.

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