This article from WorkLife explores how employees believe the actions of their direct managers lead to the toxicity of the workplace, including insight from NLI's Distinguished Faculty, Christy Pruitt-Haynes.

“Workplaces can become toxic due to a range of factors, but employees believe it comes down to one defining characteristic: how their direct manager behaves.

About a third of employees who have experienced workplace toxicity say their managers have acted unethically and treated employees unfairly, like showing favoritism and ignoring feedback, according to a survey from INTOO, a career development and outplacement firm, including over 1,600 respondents.”

Read more in WorkLife.

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