Less Than Half (44 Per Cent) of Canadian Employees Have Confidence in the Senior Leadership at Their Workplace; British Columbians (43 Per Cent), Atlantic Canadians (43 Per Cent), and Retail Employees (39 Per Cent) Least Confident

Only Slightly More ‘Agree’ (39%) That They Trust What Senior Leaders Say Than ‘Disagree’ (32%)

Monday, November 12, 2012

Toronto, ON – Less than half (44 per cent) of Canadian employees ‘agree’ (14% strongly/31% somewhat) that ‘they have confidence in the senior leadership of my workplace’, according to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Loyalty on behalf of the Canadian Management Centre. Three in ten (29%), however, ‘disagree’ (14% strongly/15%...

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Less Than Half (44 Per Cent) of Canadian Employees Have Confidence in the Senior Leadership at Their Workplace; British Columbians (43 Per Cent), Atlantic Canadians (43 Per Cent), and Retail Employees (39 Per Cent) Least Confident

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Trevor Clarke
Vice President, Canada
Ipsos
416.324.2104
trevor.clarke@ipsos.com