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Staff lack total confidence in boss’s abilities

first_imgMore than 50 per cent of the UK’s 25.3 million working population believetheir managers are incompetent, new research finds. The survey, by TV recruiter the Job Channel, in conjunction with humancapital experts Profiles of London, also finds that only 27 per cent of thosesurveyed rate their boss as highly competent, with 18.5 per cent claiming theirsuperiors are just average. When analysing the gender divide between male and female bosses, men wererated higher. Of those employees questioned, only 39.5 per cent thought highly of theirfemale bosses, compared to the 48 per cent who rated their male bosses as goodor excellent. The survey also revealed that the majority of office workers believed theirboss was ineffective – 71 per cent questioned said their manager wasincompetent and only 8 per cent thought they were competent. Fred Hudson, human capital expert and CEO of Profiles of London, said:”Just because a manager is rated poorly by their staff, it does notnecessarily indicate they are bad at their job. But a truly good managerrequires excellent skills – ones that go way beyond just performing effectivelyand competently in a job.” Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos. Staff lack total confidence in boss’s abilitiesOn 14 Jan 2003 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more