Bad Bosses Don’t Stay For Long
Have a bad boss? They probably won’t be around the office for long.
This good news comes from a recent study, “The Value of Bosses,” by Christopher T. Stanton from the David Eccles School of Business at the Unversity of Utah and Kathryn L. Shaw and Edward P. Lazear from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.
By bad bosses the researchers meant supervisors who don’t improve worker productivity. They found that bosses who do not have a positive correlation with increased productivity had an exit rate twice as high as bosses that do increase productivity.
A lot of employees complain that their bosses aren’t doing enough. However, according to the, “The Value of Bosses,” bad bosses are likely to be out the door soon!