Where Do Employees Trust Their Own Companies The Most?

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Do you trust the company you work for to do what's right? A recent Edelman survey found that significant numbers of employees do not trust their own companies. Trust was lowest in Japan where only 40 percent of respondents trusted their company. At the opposite end of the scale, Mexico had the highest level of trust at 89 percent. Canada and the United States both had a trust rate of 64 percent each.



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