New Process Bliss research reveals 40% of employers interfere more than they need to
15 May 2019 – UK SME bosses interfere in HR more than they do in any other department, according to new research out today. 39% of HR workers said their boss micromanaged them, 29% said their boss was unclear when issuing tasks, while 53% said their boss has taken credit for their work.
Finance was the next department that was most interfered with – 38% of SME finance staff said their boss micromanaged them – followed by marketing, with 37% believing they were micromanaged, according to the research from process management firm Process Bliss.
Overall, 40% of respondents said that their boss interferes in their role more than they need to, with another 40% believing that such interference adversely affects company productivity. 17% believe that their boss delegates too much.
“HR is in some ways the most important business function as...