Employees Continue to Have Low Trust In Company Leadership
Few workers (26%) say that their organization has a culture that fosters innovation and collaboration to deal with the COVID-19 global pandemic, and only 39% say their organization has the resilience to withstand the crisis. Only 34% of U.S. employees say that their organization has trusted leaders and managers to navigate the crisis according to a new national poll by Eagle Hill Consulting.
Biweekly polling conducted by Eagle Hill measures worker confidence in three key areas
Company quickly made changes to adapt to the crisis.
Company has the resilience to withstand the crisis.
Company has trusted leaders and managers to navigate the crisis.
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The original online survey included 1,032 respondents from a random sample of employees across the United States. The survey polled respondents on COVID-19 and its potential impact on their work experience and environment. We conducted additional studies to see trends on how people feel their organizations are responding to the COVID-19 Crisis.
1 Trend data was collected on Mar 31 – Apr 2. 1,012 respondents
2 Trend data was collected on Apr 14 – 16. 1,012 respondents
3 Trend data was collected on Apr 28 – 30. 1,024 respondents
4 Trend data was collected May 12 – 14. 1,056 respondents
5 Trend data was collected June 11 – 15. 1,018 respondents
6 Trend data was collected July 9 – 11. 1,008 respondents
7 Trend data was collected Aug 13 – 17. 1,013 respondents