Employee voice is the practice of giving people opportunities to express ideas, concerns, and perspectives with authenticity and without fear of negative workplace consequences. Giving employees the ability to influence decisions at work through their feedback builds a strong foundation for engagement.
However, collecting data and experiences on employee feedback is useless if you do not share the results and take action to make change. Show your employees that their feedback is valuable by being transparent with the results and a plan for change.
Listening is not just about an occasional employee survey; it is a continuous and on-going process that drives employee well-being and satisfaction.
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