A quarter of employees did not agree that they felt listened to when theyspoke up about issues in their organisation.74% of employees said that they felt listened to when they spoke up about issues intheir organisation. These employees also responded more positively on average acrossthe other Survey questions than those who did not feel listened to. Feeling listened towhen speaking up is linked to positive perceptions of inclusion across the other themeswithin this Survey

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