Transparency at Your Company: Too Much of a Good Thing?
Employee transparency has become a more urgent benchmark for young companies as more and more tales of shocking behavior abound in the news. Recently, 20 Uber employees were laid off after a sexual harassment investigation; if a company isn’t closely monitoring the internal practices of employees and being open about those findings, it makes you wonder what they’re hiding. But transparency can easily become too much of a good thing as it can also cultivate staff unease and wariness from being constantly surveilled.
Be Transparent About Your Transparency
Learning Is More Important Than Laying Blame