How important is trust to on-the-job satisfaction and engagement in one's work?

A survey from the American Psychological Association raises intriguing questions about the role trust plays in a worker's productivity and happiness at on the job.

While the association concludes from its own survey that there's a significant lack of trust of employers by employees, the same survey also indicated most employees feel they are treated fairly at work and are pretty happy overall with the conditions they endure while working. The question of how important trusting your employer is to getting the work done properly is left hanging in the air.

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