A bad boss can make you sick. Studies show having a bad boss raises a worker’s chance of having a heart attack by as much as 60 per cent. High levels of stress is directly linked stress with atherosclerosis,
the disease of the arteries that in turn causes heart disease. What was it about a bad manager that increased the risk of heart disease? The stress and anxiety caused by unfeasible targets, lack of support, unfair practices and threats of punishment.
There is an abundance of bad bosses in the workplace which account for employee engagement being at an all time low. Self-serving leaders can be both destructive and ineffective. Employees yearn for good bosses. A recent study says that 56% of employees would turn down a 10% raise to stay with a great boss. Most companies don’t currently think about great managers as a benefit or publicize that benefit to prospective employees, but this is the best incentive in retaining good employees.
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