Employee happiness shows good management

Performance levels across organisations in the insurance sector are suffering, with overbearing and dogmatic management practices topping the list of management styles, according to a new report.

Quality of Working Life, which questioned more than 1,500 managers, also found a high rate of absence levels in organisations exhibiting 'negative' management styles.

The report, published by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) and Simplyhealth, assessed the impact of differing managerial styles on

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