Communicating Information
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Communicating Company Information and Decisions

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It's a good policy to keep employees in the loop about important decisions that affect them. 

When employees sense that information is being squelched, they may suspect the worst.  This can all too easily lead to a decline in morale and productivity. 

Solid information dampens the rumor mill and gives employees a real sense of belonging and security.

When changes occur that affect employees, it's best to deliver the news (good or bad) in a sensitive, yet forthright, manner.  Exaggeration should be avoided.  Accuracy and clarity should be guideposts. 

By developing a practice of sharing the important details of company information and decisions, an environment of trust will be fostered.

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