Last Updated Oct 6, 2008 9:05 AM EDT
A new study from CareerBuilder says that nearly three-quarters of workers (73 percent) are satisfied with the performance of their direct supervisor.
On the down side, only half said senior management was performing well, and 58 percent said senior management doesn't motivate them. That's not a problem reserved for C-level execs, either; 51 percent said their direct supervisors weren't inspiring.
Those who didn't approve of their bosses had four primary complaints:
- The boss plays favorites
- The boss doesn't lead by example
- The boss is never around
- The boss never provides positive feedback