New Difficult-Boss Feedback Mechanism
Posted: 5/20/2005 9:14:33 AM
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) February 10, 2005 -- Research indicates that approximately 40% of employees have had to deal with a bad boss, and Gallup's survey of over 1,000,000 employees found that if a company is losing good people, more than any other single reason, the cause is their immediate supervisor. To help both individuals and their companies, Badbossology.com has launched a new, anonymous "Email Link" Program - a free service that people can use to safely email resources to their bosses and senior management to address difficult boss behaviors and promote useful discussion.
Site visitors can forward a link to any of the over 1,200 Badbossology.com resources by choosing the "Send Anonymously" option and providing the email address of the recipient. In all cases, senders can see the exact content of the actual email that will be sent directly from Badbossology.com's server. The recipient does not know who initiated the message, and the recipient's email address is not used for anything other than sending the resource material.
Badbossology.com is designed to protect both people and companies. The site (http://www.badbossology.com) is devoid of 'Boss from Hell' stories, provides key resources for bosses, executives and boards, and highlights material from sources such as The Chicago Tribune, CNNMoney.com, Fast Company, The Harvard Business School, and the Wall Street Journal's CareerJournal.com. The following site excerpt reflects its balanced approach: "We want to go on the record about the importance of supporting and acknowledging good bosses. No one is perfect so we shouldn't expect perfection from a boss. Bosses are often juggling numerous and sometimes intense stressors themselves - some of them we are aware of and often many we are not."
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