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Managers, Workers Disagree on Performance

By Deborah Rothberg  |  Posted 09-20-2006 Print
A new survey finds that managers think they're doing a much better job than those that report to them do. Furthermore, a lot of people don't even want their boss' job.

You might want to sit down for this one. According to a survey released Sept. 20 by the New York-based Hudson Index, many bosses don't have a clue about how their employees feel about their managerial skills.


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