Little office of horrors: What do workplaces fear most?

Beware a bullying boss

Adam Saville
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Little office of horrors: What do workplaces fear most?

Over half of working Brits have had a nightmare about their boss, research shows

A study by Perkbox has revealed that 28% of British workers feared having a bully as a boss most, followed by a toxic workplace (21%), team conflicts and surprise overtime hours (both 10%). The poll of 1000 employed UK adults also found that more than 50% have had a nightmare about their boss, with 46% admitting it has been reoccurring. Perhaps surprisingly, a fear of technological, communications overload was chosen by just 3% of employees surveyed. Trick or treat? Calling a colleague...

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