A nightmare boss is, well, a nightmare to work for. It's easy for people to talk about not letting work affect their personal lives, but is it really all that possible? Thanks to technology, the line that separates work and personal life is blurred, and it's become more and more difficult to separate the two.
Our Employee Retention Report also found that employees with respectful managers are 32% less likely to think about a new job. So not only does having a bad boss negatively impact an employee's well-being, but it also negatively impacts your organization's ability to retain top talent. Here's an infographic put together by Keas that outlines how a bad boss takes a toll on an employee's life:
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