Bad managers can affect workers' health

05/19/2010 | NYTimes.com

Bad managers -- and even performance reviews -- can cause workers so much stress that it can negatively affect their health, experts say. "The pile of evidence coming out shows that if you want to be an effective organization or an effective boss, you've got to strike a balance between humanity and performance," says Robert I. Sutton, a Stanford University management professor.

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