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Ian Mondrow

Bogus! If I had to guess a random number, I would 60-70% of employees would leave their job due to their supervisor. Unfortunately, does not implement ideal study methodology and therefore their studies are not very reliable. Mainly because they are asking individuals actively seeking jobs. This is not representative of the population.

However, it is a good idea for future research! Monster should consider hiring some industrial psychologists (wink wink nudge nudge)


I think that b/c of the economy and recent layoffs, more people are likely to leave b/c of workload. People are fearful that they can't leave b/c of the economy--even if they have a bad boss.

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