Manager feedback may determine whether employees work cooperatively
from HR DIVE
"Feedback can distort people's perceptions of a situation and turn them into competitive situations for no objective reason," one of the study's authors, Jan K. Woike, told Science Daily. That knowledge may have important implications for managers and the HR pros who train workplace leaders. After all, employees say they want feedback — preferably frequently and face-to-face. Such feedback can affect retention, too, other research has shown.
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