Indians most satisfied with boss, employees globally feel they are better
Even as bosses worldwide, including in India, are well regarded by their employees, most of these same employees think they could personally manage even more effectively do their managers' job, according to a survey.
Millennial (73 per cent) and Gen Z (70 per cent) employees are most confident they could do their boss's job better, the Workforce Institute at Kronos Incorporated and Future Workplace survey revealed.
The survey was conducted by Future Workplace on behalf of Kronos Incorporated (a workforce management and human capital management cloud solutions provider) between July 31 August 9, 2018, among 3,000 employees in India, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Mexico, the UK and the US.
The survey revealed that based on grades given of a C, D, or F, at least one in three employees feel their manager could improve at modeling work-life balance (37 per cent), their ability to coach for better job performance (37 per cent), handling performance-related issues (33 per cent) and communication (33 per cent).