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18 Behaviors of Managers That Drive Employees to Resign

Behaviors of Managers That Drive Employees to Resign

There is a very popular saying that goes: “Employees don't quit their jobs, they quit their managers.” And there is a lot of truth in this saying if you think about it.

Your boss or boss usually has a huge influence on what your job actually looks like from day to day, how you feel about entering the business, and what your career path will be for the foreseeable future.

Your relationship with them is so important that you often have to manage it somewhat as well, as an employee, to keep things running smoothly.

Negative behaviors of managers

The way I see it, people are not really going to work with a boss who doesn't support them or with someone whose poor and ineffective behavior actually jeopardizes employees' career prospects and promotional opportunities.

Bad bosses force good employees to quit their jobs even when they love the company. this is the way:

  1. Attributing your successful business to himself.
  2. He does not trust you or does not encourage you.
  3. He doesn't care if you put in the extra effort.
  4. It does not defend your rights regarding monetary compensation.
  5. He appoints and promotes the wrong people and ignores the competent and the effort.
  6. He does not support you when a problem you are innocent of occurs between you and others.
  7. It does not provide directions or roles for tasks very efficiently.
  8. It interferes with all the details of your work and does not allow you any freedom to work.
  9. He always focuses on your weaknesses rather than your strengths.
  10. Does not set clear expectations about the future and the system of work.
  11. He has a deficit of integrity and they exhibit unethical behavior.
  12. He encourages those who applaud him while he hates the opposition.
  13. Excessively avoids or creates conflict excessively.
  14. He lacks cultural competence in the sense that he is not committed to diversity and does not value inclusion.
  15. Demotions or promotes employees based on subjective rather than objective merits.
  16. It creates toxic and hostile environments without regard to how it negatively affects others.
  17. Uses his power to sexually harass or assault employees.
  18. Lies to customers in front of employees.

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