Management | 1 in 5 employees find managers inadequate

1 in 5 employees find managers inadequate

Often, managerial functions are positions that people rise to without actually having any prior training of running a team. Whilst some managers rise to the task and figure it out with the help of their team, a new study commissioned by Love Energy Savings has found that whilst over 50% of respondents noted that their manager was at least ‘above average’.

20% claimed that they work for a manager with inadequate skills, whilst 33.5% think negatively about their manager.

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