Today is National Bosses Day, a day when you are supposed to honor the one who keeps you employed, but not all bosses are easy to work for! Dan Deb and Mr. G talk about a new Forbes article dealing with “bully bosses.”
A new Australian study says 30 percent of people 50-and-over think a “bully boss” can impact their health, compared to a whopping 73 percent of people 50 and under.
According to the Workplace Bullying Institute, bullying is defined as “repeated health-harming behaviors that can include verbal abuse, offensive conduct and intentional sabotage.”
Employees targeted by bully bosses stand a 64 percent chance of losing their jobs.
Forbes says the two best things to do with dealing with an office bully are:
- Understand what sets your boss off
- Focus on controlling your stress
Check out what Dan, Deb and Mr. G think about their bosses:
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