Bad bosses lead to brain drain

A leading economist says bad managers in New Zealand are a significant contributor to our brain drain, driving young workers overseas.

Auckland University’s Dr Rhema Vaithianathan said Kiwi bosses are strikingly bad, among the worst in the world for their inability to recruit, promote and retain goof staff. She said our managers were poorly qualified and need better training, and that they are overly optimistic about their own performance.

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