HR Lab 2019-2020
THE EFFECTS OF BOSSES ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE
Today, HR professionals have a lot of information to measure the effects of bosses on worker performance. It has long been known that a good boss increases personal productivity compared to a bad boss. When workers move from an average manager to a high quality manager, productivity could increase by up to 50%. We also know that employees are more likely to leave an organization if their boss is not considered a good boss.
However, what about our own organizations? Do we have the courage of large organisations that systematically evaluate superiors and their performance? Or is it the culture of silence that prevails in your organization? HR Labo is launching its first anonymous survey to shed light on this question.
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