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Receiving a civil investigative demand (CID) from the Federal Trade Commission can be an unsettling experience for any company. These information requests, similar to subpoenas, often signal the start of an in-depth investigation into potential violations of consumer protection or antitrust laws.For small and mid-sized companies not accustomed to dealing with federal regulators, the prospect of an FTC investigation can negatively impact company morale. Employees may feel anxious, uncertain about the future, or even angry if they believe the company is being unfairly targeted.As a leader, how you handle communications around the CID and investigation is crucial for maintaining morale. Here are some best practices to consider:
Your first instinct may be to avoid discussing the CID and investigation until you have more clarity. However, rumors will likely start swirling quickly, which can stir up even more anxiety. Address concerns head on by letting employees know the key facts as soon as possible.Send out a company-wide email or hold an all-hands meeting to:
Be clear about what information can be shared at this time and commit to providing additional updates as soon as more is known.
You set the tone for how employees will perceive the situation. If you seem overly worried, they will likely mirror that. Instead, project a calm, confident demeanor emphasizing that the company has nothing to hide and will cooperate fully.Note that CID investigations can be lengthy, so this situation may persist for some time. Reassure employees the company remains strong and focused on daily operations. Highlight strengths and wins unrelated to the investigation whenever possible.
Make sure your leadership team presents a united front on communications related to the investigation. Discuss talking points and FAQs so managers have consistent messages to share with their teams.Empower leaders to address employees’ concerns and questions. Having aligned leaders communicating regularly prevents rumors and speculation from taking hold.
Even with regular updates, some employees will have lingering worries about the investigation. Make yourself available for 1:1 discussions so you can hear concerns first-hand.Common fears may include:
Respond with empathy and provide information to alleviate unfounded fears when possible. Just listening and acknowledging anxieties can also go a long way.
The CID investigation will likely be top of mind for many employees initially. However, work must continue. Remind teams often that providing excellent service to customers remains the top priority.Celebrate wins and meet regularly with departments heads to discuss progress on key initiatives unrelated to the investigation. Maintaining focus on “business as usual” prevents morale from deteriorating further.
If the investigation reveals gaps in compliance policies or procedures, address them. Updating guidelines or training around legal and regulatory issues shows the company’s commitment to operating ethically.However, be careful not to overcorrect or imply violations occurred before all facts are known. Changes should focus on clarifying existing policies rather than an overhaul.
Let employees know you value their dedication and hard work despite the difficult situation. Recognize teams that maintain focus and celebrate morale-boosting “wins” publically.Gestures like bringing in lunch, allowing jeans on Fridays, or closing early before a holiday can also lift spirits. Even small acts of appreciation make a difference when facing challenges.Staying positive without diminishing employees’ concerns and maintaining open communication are key to keeping morale intact during an FTC investigation. With calm, confident leadership and empathy, companies can weather regulatory inquiries while continuing normal operations.
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