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30 Reasons Employees Hate Their Managers: What Your People May Be Thinking and What You Can Do About It by Adam Snyder, Bruce L. Katcher

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Chapter . Introduction

Employees hate management. Hate is a strong word, but in this case it’s appropriate. Employees hate management because they feel they’re treated with disrespect. They don’t trust what management tells them. They feel underpaid and that their income is being squeezed because they are forced to shoulder more and more of the cost of their retirement and health benefits. They also believe their jobs have a negative impact on their quality of life. Most feel powerless to do anything about these concerns, which only increases their frustration. They’re fearful of losing their jobs and believe that even if they were to find new employment, they would only encounter the same problems.

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