The survey of about 3,000 U.S. workers was developed by
staffing service Robert Half International and
CareerBuilder.com and looks at how employees view their
The survey found that workers view their supervisors slightly more favorably than they view the corporate executives at their company, with 44% saying they are satisfied with their corporate leaders’ performance, 8% lower than those who said the same about their bosses.
The survey also found that 36% percent of employees said those at the top lead by example, and 34% believe their corporate leaders are effective at motivating staff.
Other survey results include:
- 52% of employees say they are satisfied with their bosses, compared to 28% who disagree;
- 60% of workers say they can trust their managers, compared to 21% who believe say they cannot;
- 24% of workers feel they could do a better job than their bosses if they were given the reins.
The full results of the survey are here http://www.roberthalf.com/PressRoom .
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