Employee Silence

What is Employee Silence?


‘Employee Silence’ is the term given to the silence maintained by the employees where they are needed to raise their voices and get the necessary changes done. This situation might arise due to a variety of reasons.


It is important to note that this kind of silence is often a conscious choice of the employee. This might lead to various issues in future where the employee might feel demotivated as their voice is not being heard.


This kind of employee silence will eventually lead to major problems that might jeopardize the organization’s future. According to experts, mounting employee silence would eventually result in an escalating level of dissatisfaction that results in poor productivity. Hence, companies need to encourage the employees to be vocal about their issues and help in keeping them engaged.

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