10 Tell-Tale Signs You Have a Terrible Boss
Editor’s note: Merideth Ferguson, an assistant professor in the Department of Management, is quoted in this Business Insider story.
By Vivian Giang
If you have a nightmare of a boss, oftentimes it will affect your life beyond office hours.
Merideth Ferguson, co-author of a study conducted by Baylor University, calls this the "spillover effect," meaning your work life also affects your marriage and other intimate relationships.
"Most people quit supervisors; they don't quit jobs," said Ferguson, assistant professor of management at Utah State University, in the study.