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Unformatted text preview: People leave "managers" not companies. Do you believe this to be true? If so or not....to what extent? Try to use your field of study or your personal experience to defend your response. This is due by noon on May 15th. Absolutely, the people one works with can have more influence on job history than any other factor. Imagine having Attila the Hun for your superior. For eight hours every week day, one would be under intense scrutiny and criticism, being barked at all day, pushed and pushed to the breaking point. Every night one would go home a nervous wreck, dreading daylight the next morning when the nightmare begins all over again. To me, no amount of benefits or salary could make up for working under such horrid conditions. Granted, some people are more sensitive than others, but most likely those that would stand up to a controlling unreasonable manager would get fired anyways. Working under such stand up to a controlling unreasonable manager would get fired anyways....
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This note was uploaded on 08/19/2009 for the course BUS BUS220 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '09 term at Central Pennsylvania.
- Spring '09