70% Of Execs Would Quit

Nearly three quarters of senior federal managers, 70 percent, say they’ve thought of quitting, says new research by the Association of Professional Executives of the Public Service. A detailed survey of thousands of executives also found 13 percent are problem drinkers, and 19 percent complained they were “verbally harassed or tormented at work”.

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