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A Bad Boss / 44% been verbally or even physically abused by a superior (video)

There are only two kinds of bosses: those that support their teams and have a positive overall impact on productivity and those that do not. Unfortunately, a lot of U.S. bosses are just making work harder to do well. Today, nearly one-third of American employees report that they feel underappreciated by their direct supervisors. And a full 44% say that they’ve been verbally or even physically abused by a superior at some point in their careers.

The latest video from OnlineMBA breaks down the enormous cost of these horrible and not-so-great bosses. Between stress-related health expenses, productivity losses and the costs associated with high employee turnover rates, bad bosses are costing U.S. companies an estimated $360 billion each year.

Choosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor from

FireShot Screen Capture #326 - 'The True Cost of a Bad Boss - OnlineMBA_com' - www_onlinemba_com_blog_true-cost-bad-boss

via The True Cost of a Bad Boss – OnlineMBA.com.

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