International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

The Repair of Organizational Trust:An Investigation from Literature Review Study
Alfred P. Nehlar

The article discusses repairing organizational trust and provides insights into the dynamic rebuilding process of trust, as the current experience of organizational employees due to COVID-19 spills. The article focuses on repairing trust, as shown by Kim et al. (2009) and Hope et al. (2012), about institution or organization for existing literature on trust repair by utilizinga quantitative approach to analyze secondary data. The article examines the subject of trust repair by highlighting flaws of trust, the mechanism of trust repair as they vary at the level of organization. The analyst provided analytical structures, theories on the repair of organizational trust, and explored research practices. The article finds and addresses theory and methods that govern literature of trust repair. The author argues that this research should be augmented with progressive viewpoints for deeper and extending comprehension. The article finally concludes by setting forth exciting prospects for potential study.

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