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Do you think your boss is bad at managing? Dealing with poor management can make a person hate their job, even if it's in a field they love. This article over at AOL Jobs lists 10 signs you've got a bad boss. So, what are the signs?


  1. Bad Communication
  2. Leading by (Very Specific) Example
  3. Team-Building That Isn't
  4. Little or No Training
  5. Ineffective Training
  6. Poorly Executed Performance Reviews
  7. Stifled Mobility
  8. Preventing Follow-Through
  9. Obstacle-Course Applications
  10. Hiring for Skills, Not Competencies
Is your boss bad at managing? If so, what do you do to cope with working for him or her? Please take our poll, and tell us what you think in the comment section! [poll id="41"] [postriddle data_game="//www.riddle.com/Personality/32-Is%20your%20boss%20amazing...%20or%20a%20menace%3F" data_width="100%" data_height="auto"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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