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How to manage your micromanaging boss

People quit their job for various reasons, they may be looking to get better salaries, achieve career progression, or acquire some new skills. They are also inclined to leave a job for lack of career progression, poor corporate culture, long commute, difficult bosses, lack of management recognition of employees’ performance, boring and unchallenging work itself amongst others.




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