Getting staff to speak up boosts productivity: Study

Shalom International Movers is one of 13 companies recognised for their exceptional workplace practices. ST PHOTO: BENJAMIN SEETOR
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SINGAPORE - The more comfortable employees feel about speaking up at their workplaces, the more productive they are likely to be.

So companies can help by fostering strong interpersonal relationships and open communication, according to a survey out on Wednesday (Nov 7).

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