According to a survey by the UK Workforce Institute, 69% of respondents confirmed that their mental state is directly linked to managers and superiors. That’s why today we’ve collected a few red flags that identify bad bosses.
Lack of communication. Toxic bosses often avoid or withhold essential information about projects. The reasons for this type of communication (or lack thereof) are beyond everyone’s understanding, but such attitudes hinder employees and make it difficult to understand common goals and deadlines.
Favoritism. Even though we live in the 21st century, some habits from the Middle Ages still persist, especially in the workplace. When a boss singles out one or more employees while ignoring others and their accomplishments, a toxic atmosphere and bullying can result in the team.
The situation of the employees is ignored. We are all human and we need to take breaks for lunch, rest, etc. It’s no secret that we have the right. But in the eyes of toxic bosses, this is just an opportunity, not a right. So, you can often hear comments that they are lazing around to do the project better just because the employee follows their work schedule and pays attention to their situation.
Micromanagement. It is often hidden behind the mask of active participation. But in reality, constant updates and answers to project-related questions slow down work because the employee’s priority is not the project, but updates about that project.
Unlimited. Setting boundaries is especially important in the workplace. However, when you encounter a boss who finds it normal to exceed and violate the boundaries set by an employee with personal problems, it is time to think about whether you really need such a job.
Source: People Talk
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