Leadership: The Importance of Transparency in the Workplace

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In any organization, there is information that should not or cannot be shared liberally. It could be information about private personnel matters, sensitive financial data, or trade secret information, for example.

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In other instances, there might be information that isn’t necessarily sensitive for any of these reasons, but companies might just prefer to keep it under wraps to avoid disruption or anxiety in the workplace.

In this post, we’ll propose that companies should err on the side of transparency with employees to the extent possible.

Employee Morale

It’s human nature to expect the worst when information is being

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