Most Managers Are Scared to Talk to Their Employees

“A full 69% of respondents said that they found ‘communicating in general’ to be the hardest part about communicating with employees.”

It’s no surprise most companies have internal communication problems, but you likely will be surprised to find out most managers dread even talking to their employees.

Quartz shares the results of a recent survey which found 69% of managers are scared to talk to their employees.

When asked what was the hardest part of communicating with employees, 37% of managers said giving them negative feedback, 20% struggled to share their own vulnerability, and another 20% disliked being the messenger for company policies.