5 tips to help you avoid a terrible manager

06/3/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

No manager is going to announce "I'm horrible to work for" during a job interview, which means you'll need to investigate the matter yourself, Alison Green writes. Ask questions about the boss' management style and use LinkedIn to get a sense of his or her reputation. "The key is to know what you want, what you can tolerate and what's a deal-breaker for you at this particular point in your career," Green writes.

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