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The worst manager habits revealed

The worst manager habits revealed

Glassdoor’s modus operandi – anonymous reviewing – provides the perfect platform for honesty. So, when they release data on what irritates UK employees the most about their boss, it’s best to sit up and listen.

On average, senior management is given a three out of five; company’s, on average, are awarded 3.3 out of five. This suggests that UK workers currently enjoy their companies more than their managers. But what is it that management isn’t doing right? Glassdoor set out to discover this.

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  • Paula
    Paula
    Mon, 22 May 2017 2:34pm BST
    Very interesting and very revealing. The trick is to have the managers who really need training in the skills needed to recognise it and want to change. Very often, it is the best managers who do the most training.

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