Trust is the foundation of any relationship, and organisations are expected to support, make responsible decisions, communicate honestly and openly and deliver on their promises or commitments.
Employees need stability and conviction that their superiors are prudent and deliberate in their actions towards the whole organisation. Such working conditions improve effectiveness, strengthen commitment and responsibility for their tasks and develop creativity among employees. A drop in trust in the employer also translates into the trust of customers and all business partners, and consequently - into a decline in the company's position on the market.
Management, smaller company owners, managers and leaders are challenged to ensure safety and increase mutual trust many months in advance.
The first step towards restoring trust should begin by examining the needs of employees, customers and all bodies working with the company, e.g. suppliers or shareholders.
Your employees' needs are a priority and they should feel safe doing their job. This concern for the well-being of individuals and attention during communication is the only and fastest way to regain their trust and commitment.
Caring for your employees will also increase their loyalty and attachment to the company, and this will certainly translate into the performance and condition of the company.
Positive and transparent employer's intentions and acting in accordance with the company's values will be the basis for strengthening trust in relations between employees and employers.
A company that cares about the needs of its employees and pays attention to their changing moods and well-being will become a dream job when the uncertain economic situation increases the need for stability and security of employees.
Those planning to change jobs will focus their attention on companies that value individual values and respect their employees, and employees focused on building trust in companies will be proud to engage in projects and be loyal to their responsibilities.