A positive employee-employer relationship is essential to establishing a viable and magnetic workplace culture as well as minimizing costly turnover. A survey by Tolero Solutions found that 65 percent of respondents are actively looking for a new job. And guess what was cited as the number one reason for wanting to make the move?
You guessed it! Bad leadership.
There are certain types of supervisors whose behaviors drive employees away and make it incredibly difficult to form healthy working relationships. Here are eight types of supervisors most disliked by employees.
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