5 Ways to Increase Employee Trust for Less Turnover and Fewer Incidents

5 Ways to Increase Employee Trust for Less Turnover and Fewer Incidents


Over the past few months, we’ve seen employees quit in record numbers. While there are many reasons for “The Great Resignation”, a standout is employee trust. A study from Gallup suggests that only one in three employees strongly agree that they trust the leadership of their organization.

Employees want to trust the companies they work at and the people they work with. They want to feel comfortable coming to HR with their complaints and concerns. But building trust takes time, and effort. As organizations are planning their post-pandemic strategies, now is a perfect time to place an intentional emphasis on building trust.

Join the i-Sight team and Sharlyn Lauby, author of the blog HR Bartender, for a discussion about trust in the workplace.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The current state of trust in the workplace
  • The benefits of having a high-trust culture
  • Five activities to create more workplace trust
  • How to measure the results of your efforts

Webinar Presenter
Sharlyn Lauby
Sharlyn Lauby

SPHR, CPLP, and President at ITM Group

Sharlyn Lauby is president of ITM Group, a training and human resources consulting firm in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. During her 18 years in the profession, she has always seen human resources as the marketing department for a company’s internal clients. Prior to starting ITM Group, Sharlyn was vice president of human resources for one of the world’s largest organizational consulting firms. She has designed and implemented highly successful programs for employee retention, internal and external customer satisfaction, and leadership development.

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