When provided descriptions of each presidential personality, here’s who American workers compared their bosses to:
19%—The “Good Guy,” one who doesn’t feel overwhelmed, like George Washington.
15%—The “Maintainer,” a slow but steady worker, such as George H. W. Bush.
20%—The “Dominator,” someone bossy and domineering, traits possessed by LBJ and Nixon.
12%—The “Actor” (spirited, charming) or an “Extrovert,” characteristics possessed by Clinton and Reagan.
7%—The “Philosopher,” one who is curious, like Thomas Jefferson.
Which best describes your boss?
Source: Randstad Work Watch survey
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