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How to encourage a remote workforce to speak up

Brian K. Lee ( is a Managing Vice President and Dian Zhang ( is a Research Specialist at Gartner in Arlington, Virginia, USA.

As companies grapple with “returning to normal,” it is growing clearer that organizations must consider how to manage a growing (and potentially permanent) remote workforce. In fact, 45% of cross-functional leaders[1] have already flagged it as a top emerging risk for their executive team.

For compliance leaders, a remote environment can mean less connection between your department and employees—and, therefore, a greater need to support employees speaking up to report misconduct. These three tactics can help.

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