How to spot a bad boss before you start working for them

We often forget that interviews are a two-way process. Just as HR and hiring managers might think that they’ve shortlisted the ideal candidate on paper, from the candidate’s perspective, they’ve probably applied for what looks like an ideal job on paper. So the next step, meeting in person is where first impressions count for both sides.

If you’ve had the misfortune of working for a bad boss, then you’ll know that it’s not just your career and working life that’s affected, it’s something which impacts your entire life! So if you’re wondering how to avoid a life of misery and steer clear of a bad boss before you accept a job offer, then take a look at some of my warning signs in Fast Company – 6 Red Flags That Say Your Boss Is Going To Be A Nightmare.

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