scathing report

Employees Give Scathing Report on UK Management

Half of the UK workforce thinks the dominant management style within their organisation is negative, putting the UK’s economic recovery at risk. The finding comes from figures published today by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). A new survey of the workforce (5,000 adults surveyed by One Poll) highlights the three most common management styles within UK workplaces as authoritarian (according to 21%), bureaucratic (16%) and secretive (12.5%). Only 10% describe their bosses as accessible and just seven per cent think senior staff within their organisation are empowering. To encourage UK managers to consider their strengths and weaknesses, as well as how they come across to colleagues, CMI has launched a unique online application. By visiting www.comparethemanager.com and answer... »