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4 Things You Shouldn’t Notify Your Employees About

Fifty percent of employees say they are more productive and motivated when their bosses share information. In fact, 76 percent don’t trust bosses who fail to communicate. Obviously, internal communications are a big deal when it comes to employee engagement and satisfaction. Is there such a thing as too much communication?

Related: Employee Engagement Starts with Communication

With 24-hour access to news and social media, we have become a culture of instant and all-encompassing information. We are increasingly expecting to know it all, or at least thinking we deserve to. However, companies must sometimes make decisions about what information they believe to be appropriate for their employees and what could cause damage to morale, revenue, reputation, or retention.

This isn’t always easy. To tell or not to tell can be a dilemma. Disclose too much and you can have an internal crisis on your hands. Offer up too little and your employees may rebel, or at best grumble. The truth is, every situation requires different evaluation, but we can safely place certain issues into “Tell” and “Don’t Tell” buckets.

We offer up the top 4 things employees need to know and need not to know:

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