It's often said that employees leave managers, not companies. I heard it frequently when I worked in a large company, and I heard it again when I was a manager. Sometimes personalities clash and something has to give. Have you ever gotten along so poorly with a manager that you just couldn't take it anymore?
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Personality differences often cause people to leave a job, but when they interview for the next one they're universally encouraged not to mention that. That silence doesn't make the issue go away though, as the article linked below discusses.
So we're curious: have you ever quit because you just couldn't work another day with your old boss? What made it difficult for you to get along with them? Tell us in the comments.
Employees Leave Managers, Not Companies [Alaister Low]