Should our small business freely share monthly and yearly revenue figures with all employees?
I'll soon be taking over the position as V.P. of Operations of a medical practice with approximately 60 employees. In the past, the owners have been reluctant to share revenue figures with all the employees. However, I would like all employees to know exactly how the company is doing from month to month (whether good or bad). I strongly feel that full disclosure will motivate employees to do a better job and will make it easier for management to discuss company-wide targets the practice needs to hit. I do not, however, want to create an environment where health care is put in jeopardy for higher revenues. What would you recommend?