Employees confident in their leaders: survey

Less than one in five Canadian workers surveyed said they have no faith in management
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|hrreporter.com|Last Updated: 06/21/2005

The majority of Canadian employees have confidence in those steering the corporate ship, according to a recent survey.

The survey found 47 per cent of employees said they are “very confident” in their firms’ senior management while 38 per cent are “somewhat confident.”

The survey was developed by staffing firm Robert Half Management Resources and conducted by an independent research firm. It included response from 972 people over the age of 18 employed in professional environments.