“I Don’t Trust You”: Ending Employee Policies That Communicate Distrust

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Bloomberg Businessweek posted an article today here by Liz Ryan that sarcastically expresses in actual language what so many management policies communicate through their origination and enforcement: We don’t trust you. From blocking employee access to the Internet, to penalties and fines, companies often build elaborate policies and punishments that all add up to one message to employees: We hired you, but we don’t trust you.

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