Negative employee reviews are a growing problem for many companies. According to a survey published today in The Wall Street Journal’s Risk & Compliance section:
A survey of 1,012 U.S. adults by Corporate Responsibility Magazine and Cielo Healthcare found 86% of women who responded said they wouldn’t join a company with a bad reputation, compared with 65% of men. And 92% of men and women said they would consider leaving their present jobs to join a company with an excellent reputation.
That makes this week’s Reputation Reboot topic a timely one. It addresses one of the most frequently asked questions we receive: how to improve employee reviews.