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How to Avoid Being a Bad Boss

How to Avoid Being a Bad Boss

Bad bosses aren’t just annoying––they make good people leave. As an HR rep, do you know which bad behaviors are most likely to make your employees leave? As a boss, are you guilty of these bad behaviors?

Learn more about the toxic effect of bad bosses and what’s changed in the data. Bad bosses are bad for business, but armed with our research, you can better understand what makes a great boss and how to keep your top talent.

About the speakers
Cassie Whitlock

Director of Human Resources at BambooHR

Cassie started her career in the accounting world but working with small and medium sized companies, the HR function was always handed to her. She loves the intersection of business and humans, and believes that when companies focus on the human aspect of their people, the people in turn focus on the business needs. She enjoys her work most when she can take her talents in data, processes, and human psychology to make someone's day better. She believes that strategy is accomplished in the details of how you manage the daily tactical items. A quick humor and a thoughtful, listening nature are the mark of her leadership style. She views her team as part of her family and enjoys working hard with them, while they all learn, grow, and execute on business-critical initiatives.

Lisa Vorkink

Marketing Operations Project Manager at BambooHR

Lisa has spent 10 years working in Supply Chain and Operations, and has a diverse range of experience. She has worked for 10-person startups, multi-billion dollar corporations, and has managed people, data, projects, products, and processes. She particularly enjoys Project Management because of the unique opportunity to build trust, loyalty, and accountability with people she doesn’t manage or report to. She believes humans are the magic that make processes successful, and takes great care to build strong relationships and communicate with empathy and intention. Lisa is a passionate community advocate for marginalized communities, including refugees, homeless individuals, and survivors of sexual violence. She is a certified rape crisis counselor, and her trauma work heavily informs the way she makes connections in the corporate workplace.

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