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Discussion on: Supervisors Driven By Bottom Line Instead of Focusing Employee Well-Being Perform Worse (Study)

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Eugene Cheah

Given the number of people who graduate straight into "managerial" roles.

I would say it is valuable to have experience working under both good, and bad managers in smaller jobs (may not be related to programming even)

As it helps one make this result kinda "duh" - especially if you have worked under bad managers.


That being said - the science and math nerd in me would like to point out that 866 people is a limited sample size. As "obvious" as it is, i would really like more data 🤓