Are you working day and night without any recognition? Or walking the extra mile only to see a colleague take the credit or the increment - while you get the bashing? Then here's a rundown on how to deal with the 'bad boss syndrome'.
"A boss is no doubt the most important for your career growth. I had joined an IT firm after a lot of struggle but had to leave in six months because I developed a bad equation with my boss," Charu Gupta, who works with an IT company in Gurgaon, told media.
Anil Sethi, consultant with a leading Human Resource Consultancy, says: "It's said that people rarely leave bad jobs, but bad bosses. Bad bosses are very common."
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