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3 habits of idiotic leaders

It is not uncommon to discover that one or more of your senior leaders are in-fact incompetent.

A TinyPulse employee engagement study from 2018 evidenced what many had already presumed, that most employees don’t leave a job, they leave a boss. After analysing data from over 25,000 employees across the world from January to October 2018, the research found that the vast majority of employees felt that their job was no longer sustainable due to the actions of their boss.

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Comments (1)

  • Boris
    Boris
    Thu, 24 Oct 2019 10:22am BST
    This is so true. I've always thought that one way employers can find out the real reasons why people leave is to make sure all leavers have an exit interview, ideally with someone outside their department so they feel they can be truthful. If it comes out that the reason for not wishing to stay is down to staff it's essential that this information is passed on.