A Zety survey suggests American workers are reluctant to tell HR about workplace mistreatment because they worry the problem wouldn't be addressed or that they've be penalized for speaking up, writes William Arruda, founder of CareerBlast. He advises HR to assess and revise not only policies, but also the wording of such guidance.
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