Employees’ feedback is often the best barometer to measure any organization’s culture. Competitor threats or market opportunities can best be tackled when the insiders speak out on things that truly matter. Unfortunately for several companies, employees often remain silent. There may be two broad reasons for this. One is out of the personality perspective. This implies that the employees may themselves have a particularly reserved or shy nature, that prevents them from speaking out. The other is the situational perspective. The onus in this case is on the company. This happens when the employees perceive the company’s talent work environment to not be conducive enough to voice out their views. These two factors may both be prevalent simultaneously, but it is the latter that is more harmful. Once the talent management systems of the company be sorted, the former may automatically solve itself.


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