Why confidential employee surveys don't work

06/9/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

Confidential employee surveys are less revealing than one might assume, according to this article. Fundamentally, they highlight a lack of trust on a team because of a need for confidentiality in the first place. They also rarely are specific enough to provide true insight. This article offers suggestions to address these problems, including asking the team whether it even wants confidentiality.

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