The No. 1 Employee Benefit That No One’s Talking About
Bad managers are abundant, and they leave an impression. Almost everyone can relate to the sense of dread about coming to work when a manager makes an otherwise good job feel like a dead end.
You've heard it before. One in two employees have left a job to get away from a manager and improve their overall life at some point in their career, according to Gallup's State of the American Manager report. Bad managers are abundant, and they leave an impression -- that's what makes movies like Office Space so funny.