Nearly half (46%) of employees say they’ve worked for an unreasonable manager. Most (59%) stayed in their jobs, despite working with a bad boss, according to an OfficeTeam survey.
And how do employees respond?
Staying put and trying to deal with the issue 35%
Quitting once a better job was lined up 27%
Staying put and suffering through the torment 24%
Quitting immediately, without another job 11%
No answer 3%
The “friction” you feel may stem from different work styles. There’s no controlling a boss’s actions. But you can change how you respond to a boss who may not have the skills to be an effective leader.
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