Jane* loved her job until a new boss made her cry.
“I made sure that I never broke in front of him,” she said.
A new survey conducted by Roy Morgan shows that one in four respondents said their boss had made them cry. One in five said they had felt uncomfortable after receiving an inappropriate remark from a boss and one in three had felt bullied.
The State of Work Report commissioned by workplace relations consultant firm Employsure surveyed more than 600 people. It found that around half the respondents working in business, IT and science and engineering professions believe their boss played favourites in the workplace. The proportion was close to 60 per cent for respondents in the education profession.
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