Staff confess to lack of trust

• The vast majority of employees questioned in a survey have little trust in
their employers to look after their interests.

Replies differed only in the case of employees who felt they had always been
well treated.

The survey found there was little difference between union members and
non-union members.

More than half the staff questioned also said they felt frustrated that
decisions were often made over their heads, leaving them with a sense of
powerlessness.

Fifty-three per cent agreed strongly with the statement while 29 per cent
neither agreed nor disagreed and only 8 per cent of disagreed.

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