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Six types of horrible bosses - and how to handle them

The vast majority of upper management within the UK understands the delicate reciprocal balance in worker/ manager relationships for employee wellness and productivity.

However, when a manager values nothing more than the bottom line and sees workers as numbers, it can not only hurt your career, it can damage your mental and physical health – and whilst you can’t do much about your managers’ perspective apart from informing HR if they overstep a boundary, being able to identify what kind of bad manager you have allows you to better asses how to handle the situation.

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