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Australia: Workers have no faith in bosses

Date: 23 Sep 2003

Around 52 percent of Australians have little trust in their employers, according to the results of a survey of 5,000 people by Kelly Services.

In addition, 47 percent of Australians believe that their employers do not have their best interests at heart - much more sceptical results than those of employees in New Zealand, Malaysia and Singapore.

Kelly Services managing director Garie Dooley said: "It is particularly disturbing that the actions of just a small number of companies and senior executives can impact on workers' morale and confidence and many other sectors".


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