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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

Workers Sound Off

NEW YORK -- They like their jobs and even their office-mates. But oh, those bosses.

Perhaps showing the scars from a decade of downsizing, employees say they trust co-workers more than their bosses and feel their companies don't listen to them, according to two surveys released in time for U.S. Labor Day.

"People are satisfied at work but have mixed feelings about top management,'' said Sigal Barsade, assistant professor at the Yale School of Management and co-author of a survey of 1,000 workers, released by the Marlin Company, a developer of workplace communication products.