44% of British workers think they could do their boss’ job better than them, with 40% believing they are overpaid.
Despite this, ten per cent admit to flirting with their superior and even bring them sweets and chocolate (12%) - a survey by Printerland.co.uk has revealed.
A healthy 64% rated their boss’ approachability as either good or excellent, but only 27% were happy with their boss’ communication skills.
Just under half of those surveyed are satisfied with the way that their boss resolves office conflicts.
As reported in Metro.co.uk, Catherine Bannan, HR Manager at Printerland.co.uk, comments on the findings: “When asked if they could do their boss’ job well, far more men said yes than women, suggesting that a number of female employees still don’t have the confidence they should have when working in managerial roles.”