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How do I handle a horrible practice manager?

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We have recently merged with another local practice. Everyone used to get on so well but now the new practice manager makes everyone feel to intimidated to talk to each other. The manager who only talks to me to give instructions or tell me off. I am really fed up and considering leaving, is there anything else I should do?

Unfortunately, horrible bosses are common and many good staff leave organisations because of how they are treated by their manager. I am sure many of us have been caught in a similar situation. It’s not that these bosses are openly hostile or rude – they just don’t make the workplace a nice place to be.

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