How to Manage a Manager’s Transition

Just when you've built a healthy rapport with your manager, shared your career aspirations, and are confident that your progress will be taken care of, your manager quits, is reassigned, or is transferred. You now have to reinvest your time and energy in building another new relationship. Don't panic: there are a few things you can do to make sure your new reporting structure does not harm your career.

Do You Trust Your Boss?

If you don't trust your boss, you aren't the only one. Only 40 percent of workers say that they have a high level of trust in their manager, according to a study from Interaction Associates, based on surveys of more than 500 employees at companies worldwide.

Build a Perfect Boss: Here’s What Every Generation Wants in a Manager

What makes a great boss? PayScale's latest report, Gen Y on the Job, asked respondents to rate various managerial characteristics, including the ability to motivate, setting clear directions, organization, friendliness, ambition, and tendency to keep it professional. We learned that regardless of generation, workers want -- and perhaps more significantly, don't want -- similar things from their bosses.