Workers think they can do a better job t than their bosses according to survey

A survey has recently been completed that highlighted how workers think they could be better at running their company than their boss. Employees of companies were interviewed and around one in every three stated that they thought they were able to run the company better than the senior management that was currently employed.

The figures were even higher when the staff were asked whether they could do a better job than their immediate manager, rather than the senior management of the company. Nearly 40 percent of all respondents to the survey stated that they felt they could work better than their immediate boss. This report has been compiled by borro.com – the lending website.

The report also highlighted an interesting fact that around one quarter of the population plan to establish a business at some stage in the near future. This figure stated that 12 million adults plan to do this.

One of the main reasons why people were unwilling to start their business immediately is because they did not have the funds to do so. Nearly 45 percent of respondents said that they currently do not have the funds required to start up a business and that they were unwilling to take the plunge until they had the capital behind them.

The Chief Executive of the lending company is Paul Aitken and he has stated, “This survey shows that many people are frustrated in their jobs and want to get out and start their own company.

The fact that people believe they can do a better job than their boss just goes to show that they want to be the boss, and one of the best ways to do this is to start your own business. The survey goes to show that we are a very ambitious nation and if people have the finances to do so they will start their own company.”