Not all supervisors are assholes
With bullying, both sides lose
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9 Nov Research suggests not only that some bosses are jerks but that many of them “ Door-to-door salespeople get rejected all the time, but a narcissistic . by supervisors of managerial integrity and interpersonal effectiveness.
19 Jan A person who has confused intimidation with persuasion, or leadership, behaves poorly all the time. They rely on their guns, not their minds.
Description:Go to The Working Life Through interviews, surveys and on-the-job observations, scholars are building their case against toxic bosses and putting the worst offenders on notice. Employees can respond to abuse with anger that fuels counterproductive attitudes rudeness and disrespect, for instance. Abuse can also trigger fear, which can lead to avoidance behaviors such as skipping meetings. These responses can unhinge the boss even more, and the cycle continues. For nearly two decades, Tepper and others have used that checklist to gauge the experiences of employees in a wide variety of jobs, including sales, tech, education and health care. If an employee agrees strongly or very strongly with three or more items on the list, a boss is considered abusive.