How Monster Managers Ruin Work Culture

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Eviscerating ethics and engagement…

Monster managers thrive in creating toxic work cultures which eviscerate any semblance of ethics and employee engagement.

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Unethical Cultures

Unfortunately, some small businesses can’t afford in-house counsel or HR departments to keep watch on monster managers, to the detriment of employees and the company alike.

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Daunting Data

Disengaged managers and first-line supervisors are too busy to be productive due to unprofessional, unethical or unlawful conduct.

The data is clear: monster managers create unethical work cultures which are bad for business — period!

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Ethical Environments

But what should YOU do when trying to fend off a monster manager? What are some of the best and worst options for employees to handle the situation?

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Stay, Pray, Flee or Fight

Ask yourself the following questions based upon your own career experience — and please consider sharing your valuable feedback in the comment section below:

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Final Thoughts

CEOs and the C-suite should remember that it only takes one rouge monster manager to make work-life intolerable for an entire team by poisoning the work culture.

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