If you’re an assistant manager, you may have seen the name Sam.
He’s one of the few people you’d want to meet if you ever wanted to work for your boss.
But according to a new study, assistant managers are the least liked of all staff.
In fact, a new survey found that only 12% of people who worked in the service industry would want to work with someone who wasn’t their boss.
In addition, only 13% of the respondents felt that they would be more likely to want to hire a manager if they were also the boss.
The study was conducted by an assistant managers program at the University of British Columbia, and it polled over 1,000 staff in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States.
The researchers were also asked what they liked and disliked about their job, as well as what they think is the most important aspect of a manager.
Their findings: The people who said they would never work with a manager that wasn’t the boss had the worst relationship with their manager, and the least relationship with the other members of the team.
For example, only 22% of respondents who worked at a retail store would be willing to work at a store that was owned by someone who was the manager of the store, compared to 50% of employees at supermarkets and 26% of sales staff.
These findings were similar for sales, and they are indicative of the fact that salespeople tend to be less liked by managers than other employees.
A survey conducted by HR consulting firm Deloitte found that assistant managers were the least appreciated and least liked staff members in the workforce.
This study, and others like it, are part of a trend that shows that assistant management is a much less desirable role for employees.
It’s not surprising that the employees that are being hired for assistant managers often have a lot more experience than their more experienced counterparts.
As the saying goes, a manager is someone who can make you happy, and that’s exactly what assistant managers do for their managers.
It turns out that the most talented people at the office are often the ones that work the hardest, and this can be especially true when the people who have the least say in how things are done have more power.
According to this survey, the assistant managers at the top of the food chain were the most likely to have less autonomy in the company.
It’s not just managers that dislike assistants.
The survey also revealed that assistant manager satisfaction can be influenced by the work environment they are in.
The respondents who were the only people who didn’t feel satisfied with their assistant manager were the ones who were also in the top five in terms of employee satisfaction.
It seems that having a manager who is very good at their job and can motivate and motivate others can be a huge plus for a good assistant manager.
If you have an assistant, be sure to make sure that the company and/or your boss has your best interests in mind.
The best way to get to know your assistant manager is to get a quick survey to see how they feel about their work, and then ask for a meeting.