תיבת טקסט: A research among
1,000 employees found: 
 88% mentioned they weren't acknowledged or appreciated enough in their workplace
61% said the people in charge of
them didn't give much importance
to the function they served
57% of them emphasized they weren't humanly treated by their managers
(In search of honor/ Adele Lynn, 2002)

Every person manager, worker, senior or junior in an organization has a profound need to be treated with respect and not to be humiliated.

Organizations which are aware of the Human Dignity value form the appropriate conditions for developing relationships based on trust, acceptance and dialogue. As a result, workers work better and strengthen their identification and affiliation to their organization, customers are more satisfied and the organization gains greater reputation.

Using the tools we have developed based on our concept of advancing Human Dignity in Organizations (HDO), we help organizations assimilate Human Dignity in their organizational culture.

 

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תיבת טקסט: A research among 700 workers
from different types of organizations found: 
Approx. 35% of the workers who experienced disrespect for their human dignity reduced their commitment
to the organization intentionally
and knowingly
Approx. 25% reduced their
working hours
Approx. 10% stole equipment as a form of revenge for the unfair
treatment and the injustice they
felt was done to them
Approx. 10% considered leaving
the organization, while 12% left
out of their own will
(Pearson, C., Andersson, L., Porath, C., 2000)
human dignity power
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